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 An Introduction to
 Atmospheric Modeling
Instructor: D. Randall
 AT604Department of Atmospheric ScienceColorado State University Fall, 2004
  An Introduction to Atmospheric Modeling
 :A practical introduction to numerical modeling of the atmo-sphere.
:Class notes, available at the class website: http://kiwi.at-mos.colostate.edu/group/dave/at604.html
Course grade
: 1/4 on homework, 1/4 on each of two midterms (closed book,in class), and 1/4 on final (closed book, in class) The final willemphasize the latter part of the course, and will be held duringfinals week.
 Access to instructor:
As you may know, I have posted office hours, but students inthis class are welcome to come to me with questions any time,provided only that I am not actually busy with someone else.
Teaching assistant:
We are fortunate to have Jonathan Vigh as a TA for thiscourse.
He will grade the homework and will be available toanswer questions on a schedule which he will make known toyou. He may also organized other activities, which will be an-nounced separately.
Some of the homework will involve writing computer pro-grams, plotting results, etc.You can use any computing lan-guage or plotting software you want. Although you arecertainly encouraged to ask questions about the homework,neither I nor the TA will help with debugging your programs.
Auditing is permitted, provided that you audit officially by fill-ing out the appropriate form. Auditors are required to attendclass but are not required to hand in homeworks or take exams.Keep in mind, however, that, like skiing or swimming or bicy-cling, numerical modeling is learned largely by doing.
Classes will be missed occasionally. A calendar will be distrib-uted.

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