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Earth spheres, maps, and the beginnings of the atmosphere are colliding right here.
this is a test
Atmospheric composition, structure, and radiation from the sun.
These notes cover insolation, solar radiation, seasons, and a little bit of weather stuff.
This study guide covers what we've gone over in class from Jan. 20- Feb. 10. However, not all the test material has been covered in class as of yet.
These notes cover scattering, surface-atmosphere energy exchanges, and free/forced convection
These cover atmospheric pressure, cyclones and anticyclones, the greenhouse effect, and some of the hydrologic cycle.
These notes are all about the water cycle! ...The water cycle that makes it rain for days at a time in Alabama, yes...
The main topics covered in these notes include cloud formation, lapse rate, and atmospheric displacement.
These notes cover cloud types, formation, and several types of precipitation.
This study guide covers nearly everything on the exam scheduled for 3/30.
These notes cover the rest of what will be on Test 2.
These notes have information on pressure cells, major wind systems, different air masses, and a Fresh Prince reference. Hey, that rhymed. Cool.
These notes cover lightning, thunderstorms, and tornadoes.
This study guide covers the important parts of the notes from 4/4-present.
These notes cover atmospheric pollutants and biomes.
These notes cover everything discussed in the "Intro to Geography" lecture.
These notes cover the first two class discussions.
These cover everything discussed in class on and off the powerpoint.
These notes cover the Thurs Sept 01 class session
These notes cover everything spoken in the lecture, plus the quiz review
Lecture notes from Tuesday, September 13, 2016
Thursday, September 15, 2016 Lecture Notes - Atmospheric Pressure and Wind
These notes cover the Sept 13 and Sept 15 class sessions
This study guide covers material for the first midterm on Sept 22
These notes cover everything discussed in class
Atmospheric Pressure and Winds Cont.
Tuesday, Sept 20, 2016
Study Guide for key concepts for September 27th Midterm #1
Lecture Notes from October 11, 2016
Lecture Notes from Tuesday, October 18, 2016
these notes cover the material from the sept 29 session
These notes cover the material from the Oct 02 and 06 sessions
These notes cover the material from the Oct 11 and 13 sessions
these notes cover the material from the Oct 18 class session
Lecture Notes and SmartBook Notes for the midterm on Oct 25, 2016
Lecture Notes from Tuesday, November 15th
Lecture notes from November 29, 2016
Final Exam Study guide
Compilation of information throughout the semester, including researched details from the study guide given in class.
Notes from week 2 of class!
Notes for the first mid term.
These notes cover week 4 of class, mostly chapter 2. This information will be on our first test.
Week 12 notes about air masses, pressure centers and cyclogenesis.
Sherman's week 13 class notes!
Covers the basics of atmospheric composition and the relationship between the Sun and the Earth
Continues coverage of the Earth-Sun Relationship, and begins to discuss temperature vs. heat
Continues Zenith angles and begins to touch on the Controls of Temperature
40 Questions that cover our first exam