AS 232: Computational Models for the Environment II

Course Number and Title: AS 232 (Computational Models for the Environment II)
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Number of Units: 3
Prerequisite: PS 231
 

Course Description:
A course on experiments with numerical weather prediction models; applications of models on selected problems in operational forecasting, climate change, and air pollution dispersion.
 

Bibliography:
Bronstert, A., et al (2005). Coupled Models for the Hydrological Cycle: Integrating Atmosphere, Biosphere and Pedosphere. USA: Springer.
Kagan, B.A. and Hazin, M. (1995) Ocean Atmosphere Interaction and Climate Modeling. USA: Cambridge University Press.
Henderson Sellers, A. and McGuffe, K. (1987). Climate Modelling Primer. USA: Wiley.
Holton, J.R. (2004). An Introduction to Dynamic Meteorology (4th ed). USA: Academic Press.
Jacobson, M.Z. (2005). Fundamentals of Atmospheric Modeling. USA: Cambridge University Press.
James, I.N. (1994). Introduction to Circulating Atmospheres. USA: Cambridge University Press.
Kalnay, E. (2002). Atmospheric Modeling, Data Assimilation and Predictability. USA: Cambridge University Press.
McGuffie, K. and Henderson-Sellers, A. (2005). A Climate Modelling Primer. USA: Wiley.
Satoh, M. (2004). Atmospheric Circulation Dynamics and General Circulation Models. USA: Springer.
Trenberth, K.E. (1992). Climate System Modeling. USA: Cambridge University Press.
Numerical Methods used in Atmospheric Models. WMO GARP-17.
 

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