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Announcements
  • Homework for next week (due Wedn. May 28): Problem sets 12.1 and 12.2.
  • Reading for next week (May 27-30): Chapter 13 of textbook.
  • There will be no class on Monday June 2.
  • The oral presentations for the final projects will be on Monday June 9 and Wednesday June 11 at 9:30 am in our usual classroom.


Class Meeting Times and Location: Mondays and Wednesdays from 9:30 to 10:45 am in Room 610 in the Atmospheric Sciences Building

Instructor:Lyatt Jaeglé
e-mail: jaegle@atmos.washington.edu
Phone: (206) 685-2679
Office: Room 306 in the Atmospheric Sciences Building
Office hours: After class or stop by anytime 
 

Class Description
Graduate course providing an introduction to the physical and chemical processes determining the composition of the atmosphere and its implications for climate, ecosystems, and human welfare.  We will look at the science behind several important global environmental problems: Stratospheric ozone depletion, tropospheric ozone and photochemical smog, oxidizing capacity of the atmosphere, and acid rain. 

See the syllabus for a more detailed description.

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 Last Updated:
03/30/2003

Contact the instructor at: jaegle@atmos.washington.edu