OCEANIC SCIENCES 100:
WEATHER & CLIMATE (3
Before the First Day of Class -- WELCOME!
- Is this the course for me? Check the course
- The class will begin on Monday, 14 June 2004 at 10:20 AM in Room
811 of the Atmospheric and Space Sciences Building at 1225 W.
Dayton St. (see accompanying picture)
- Purchase your textbook at the Bookstore:
- Moran, J.M., 2002: Online Weather Studies. (2nd ed.) American Meteorological
Society. Washington, DC. 416 pp. (ISBN 1-878220-50-0)
you do not attend the first day of class you are still welcome
to attend. You can still register for the class through this
first week of class.
- If you want to contact me:
- You may call me at my office on campus during most afternoons
- If you need to ask me any questions, please e-mail me. If you
are using email, please make sure that you supply your correct e-mail
address, because I may not be able to respond if you wrote me from a
terminal as "guest".
- Stop by on 14th Floor during most weekday afternoons.
Thanks for joining in on this summer's weather adventure.
- How about some weather trivia that is updated daily?
- Check this page for information concerning the course grading
scheme, text, instructor contact information.
- Visit this site for the lecture outline for the day.
- Check this site for individual homework assignments, due dates
and answer keys.
- Check this site for tips concerning the three exams in the
- Find the current conditions and forecasts for "most any place"
- Your door to the big world of weather and to the rest of the
Internet is available here.
Last revision: 9 August 2004 (1900 UTC)
Produced by Edward J. Hopkins, Ph.D.
Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences
University of Wisconsin-Madison Madison, WI 53706