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Many of the lectures will have a reference link. The references will have a little more information than my power point presentations. Therefore, if you are having some problems with the homework, or something is not clear from mylecture, you can check the reference for assistance.
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(Updated Nov. 30, 2002)
Lecture 3: METAR Surface Observation Code
Lecture 4: Station Plots and Fronts
Lecture 5: Isolining and Upper Air Maps
Lecture 6: Satellites
Lecture 7: Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology
Lecture 8: Radars
Lecture 9: Cloud Types
Lecture 10: Numerical Weather Prediction
Lecture 11: Winter Weather
Lecture 12: Severe Weather
Lecture 13: Job Opportunities in Meteorology