Climate_dynamics_project

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Climate dynamics project Projects will be due on Nov 28 (Group 1 and 2) and Nov 30 (Group 3) Each group will present a paper and address the ‘discussion questions’ Presentations should be 10 minutes, and should focus on the key aspects of the paper, and how they relate to the principles in class (say 5 slides max) This will be followed by a class discussion that will last for 20 minutes. All members of the group are expected to participate you can feel free to assign different tasks to different people, but please demonstrate that everyone participated You should read your own assigned paper, and try your best to read the others as well.
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Team 1: Dynamics Amanda Annibal Stefano Sarah Yemi Team 2: Thermodynamics Patricia Matt Kim Zoe Eric Xiaofeng Team 3: Radiation Jenna Thania Josh Shuan Ryan Peng
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Group 1: Rodwell and Hoskins (2001) What are the subtropical highs? Why are they there and how do they vary seasonally? What is the role of mountains in establishing the
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