1. Fluids: air, water. Constitutive equations. Structure of the atmosphere and the ocean. Similarities and differences.
Assessment will be based on documented abilities to solve problems (colloquies and written homework) as well as on theory understanding. Percentage of the final score:
- 50% problems solved in the course of written colloquies (the first colloquium in mid-term, the second colloquium at the end of the term, together with the written theoretical exam);
- 10% home exercises and problems;
-40% - theoretical exam (written).
The additional condition: theoretical exam threshold must be passed.
Geoffrey K. Vallis, Atmospheric and Oceanic Fluid Dynamics
J.R. Holton, An Introduction to dynamic meteorology
Benoit Cushman-Roisin, Introduction To Geophysical Fluid Dynamics. Physical and Numerical Aspects
M. L. Salby, Fundamentals of Atmospheric Sciences
The first meeting this semester will be Oct. 16th, 11:15 .
You will receive invitation to Zoom meeting by e-mail ~15 min before the meeting.
On the first two meetings (Friday Oct. 16th, 11:15 and Thursday Oct:22, 15:15) we will have 2 lectures, later classes/lectures according to the schedule.
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