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HNR 250 – The World of Weather

Course Schedule:

TuTh 11:00am-12:20pm

Location:

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Instructor:

Hauf, Thomas

Counts toward:

HNR Nat Sci, Public Presentation

MySlice Info:

Class #: 33016
Section: M001
# Credits: 3

Course Description:

Instructor Tom Hauf is a Certified Broadcast Meteorologist with 31 years of experience as a worldwide weather forecaster and broadcaster.

Weather affects everyone, every single day. This course will serve as a unique ride through the world of weather. It covers all of the meteorology basics, but the larger focus is on a more eclectic mix of weather issues and ideas. Students will get their hands dirty studying the currently evolving El Nino weather pattern. Particular attention will be paid this semester to the 200th anniversary of the “Year without a Summer – 1816”. The class takes a worldly view in discussing climate change, global weather phenomena, forecasting techniques, and weather broadcasting. Students work in pairs to develop a cause-and-effect term paper and subsequent oral presentation. Ample time is given to discuss current weather events and hot topics such as the current state of Central New York’s most important and diverse lakes – Onondaga and Oneida.

Notes about this course:

Notes about this section:

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