Distribution of final course grades
TA Office: 420 ATG, 543-6627
Office hours (also available by appointment):
UW Clue:Mary Gates Hall Rm 238
Tuesday 6:30-8:00 PM
Lectures: Mon-Thurs 10:30-11:20am, Kane 220
Course Notes on the Web, linked in left sidebar
World of Weather: Fundamentals of Meteorology, 4th edition by Lee Grenci and Jon Nese, 2006, Kendall-Hunt
The "textbook" actually comes in the form of a stack of perforated pages that you will need to put in a binder (the binder is not provided). Although you might not be used to that format, it has several advantages: you can take only the pages you need to class or to study, rather than carrying the whole book; you can insert your own notes at the right place in the text; your binder will contain everything related to the class (textbook, class notes, homework, quizzes) so that you can study the material in the right order and thoroughly for the tests. Last but not least, this textbook is cheaper than most weather textbooks.
RF Clicker from Turning Technologies, this device will be used to make the large lecture format more interactive. (Available from the bookstore.)
textbooks, together with the following introductory textbooks have been
placed on reserve in the Undergraduate Library.