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Introduction to climate science monday 1818 course

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Part I. Introduction to Climate Science Monday, 1/8/18 — Course Overview and Lecture 1: Global Environmental Issues and Environmental Justice Wednesday, 1/10/18 — Lecture 2: Heat and Radiation Monday 1/15/18 — no class (MLK Day) Wednesday, 1/17/18 — Lecture 3: Sunshine and the Greenhouse Effect Monday, 1/22/18 — Lecture 4: The Atmosphere Wednesday, 1/24/18 — Lecture 5: The Ocean Monday, 1/29/18 — Lecture 6: The Biosphere and the Carbon Cycle Wednesday, 1/31/2018 — Lecture 7: Paleoclimate and the Ice Ages Monday, 2/5/18 — Lecture 8: Internal Climate Variability Wednesday, 2/7/18 — Lecture 9: Global Climate Models and Climate Projections Monday, 2/12/18 — MIDTERM Part II. Understanding and Addressing Climate Change Wednesday, 2/14/18 — Lecture 10: The IPCC and Observed Climate Change Monday 2/19/18 — no class (President’s Day) Wednesday, 2/21/18 — Lecture 11: The IPCC and Future Climate Change Monday, 2/26/18 — Lecture 12: Impacts on Ecosystems Wednesday, 2/28/18 — Lecture 13: Impacts on Humans Monday, 3/5/18 — Lecture 14: Impacts on Los Angeles Wednesday, 3/7/18 — Lecture 15: Equity Issues Monday, 3/12/18 — Lecture 16: Options for Addressing Emissions Wednesday, 3/14/18 — Lecture 17: Toward Low-Carbon Policies *If there is time we will have a lecture at the end on Climate Denialism Wednesday, 3/21/18 — FINAL (8 AM–11 AM) Homework and lab assignments will be posted on CCLE one week prior to their due date. They must be turned in by 5:00 PM on the due date to your TA’s mailbox (in Math Sciences 7150). Because of the large number of students in this course, hard copies of all assignments are required. Assignments may not be emailed to the TAs. Late assignments will not be accepted. Missed exams cannot be made up unless
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