ATM S 558
Photochemistry of urban, rural, and marine tropospheric air, and of the natural and perturbed ozone in the middle atmosphere. Unity of the chemistries in these apparently different regimes. Prerequisite: ATM S 458 or ATM S 501 or CHEM 457 or permission of instructor. Offered: Sp.
Student learning goals
General method of instruction
The class will consist of lectures/discussions focused on recent advances in atmospheric chemistry research. Weekly homeworks based on current scientific literature will be an important part of the class.
Class assignments and grading
* weekly homeworks with problem sets derived from recent literature * class presentation and discussion of recent papers
Homeworks: 50%, Class presentation: 25%, Term paper: 25%.