March for Science & Please share this Forum!
Can't commit to all of the lectures, assignments, and tests? Audit this course and have complete access to all of the course material, tests, and the online discussion forum. You decide what and how much you want to do.
not sure if the places might go rather quickly.
Your performance in the course will be graded on a combination of weekly online problem sets and an online final exam. There will also be short exercises accompanying the video lectures, but these will not be graded.
The course is aimed at the level of students entering university, and seeks to provide an inter-disciplinary introduction to what is a broad field. It engages a number of experts from the University of Exeter and a number of partner organisations.No previous experience or qualifications required.
This section will provide a broad overview of the physics of climate. Specifically, we will cover the basics of atmospheric climate physics, including its role in the Earth's energy balance. The material covered here will prepare you to learn about paleoclimate and the instrumental record of Earth's climate in the next two sections. It will also serve as background for the remainder of the course.
There is only about 48 mins of video for the next section 'a little climate physics'.
How's everyone else getting along?
: Jim Hunt February 27, 2014, 02:58:35 PMHow's everyone else getting along?My problem set scores now read 100% 82% 94% 100% - a few silly mistakes and one not considering what the question meant carefully enough.
I've started watching this week's videos. Oh my, the level of mathematics in the lecture has jumped up now that we are past the introduction.
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