UBC  ATSC 201 - Meteorology of Storms
ATSC 201 - Meteorology of Storms

    WELCOME to this course.

Course Info & Synopsis - An overview of the course.
Topic Schedule - A calendar of topics for each class meeting.
Learning Goals - What you will be able to do.
Course Structure - Summary of teaching methods & subjects.
Instructor - Roland Stull.
TAs - Melissa.
Textbooks & Software -  Textbook & iClicker - both are free.
Evaluation - Test and assignment weights for assessments of learning.

Thunderstorm photo by Wolf Read 2010

Schedule and Location:

Dates: 6 Sep through 6 Dec 2023 Pacific Time.
Lecture Times:  Monday,  Wednesday,  & Friday starting at 2 pm  Pacific Time .
            Location:  Earth Sciences Bldg. (ESB) room 1012. 
What to do, in case the in-person class meeting is cancelled due to snow or other extreme condition.

Guidelines, Info & Resources
   Study Tips - How to study effectively.
   Keep Learning - Tips on successful remote learning.
   Foreign Issues - For students taking UBC courses while abroad,
        please understand the laws of the country you are in.

   Learning Commons tips, support, skills, including Online Learning Tips
   Health and Wellbeing - including understanding stress.
   Netiquette - Treat your online classmates with respect.
   Academic Integrity - Don't cheat.
   Accessibility, Accommodation & Academic Concessions - So all can thrive.
   Wellness Info - So that you can do your best.
   Recommendations - Other courses you might like.
   Teaching Improvement - Learning Analytics to make the course better.
   ATSC - Consider majoring in Atmospheric Sciences.

If you have financial difficulties acquiring the technology you need to participate fully in this course, please contact your Enrolment Services Advisor https://students.ubc.ca/about-student-services/enrolment-services-advisors and ask about "Technology Bursaries".

You can view current weather forecasts for:   UBC-Vancouver , UBC Okanagan , and Whistler Village .

• UBC’s Point Grey Campus is located on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the xwməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam) people. The land it is situated on has always been a place of learning for the Musqueam people, who for millennia have passed on their culture, history, and traditions from one generation to the next on this site.
• Nothing in the syllabus can contravene any Academic Calendar regulation or University policy. In resolving any discrepancy, Academic Calendar regulations and University policy take precedence.
• Note to ATSC majors and honours students: If you can't register because the course is full, don't worry. We have set aside 10 seats for you. Send me an email message <rstull (at) eoas.ubc.ca> with your name and student number, and we will register you into this course.
• Image credits: Photo copyright © 2010 by Wolf Read, used with permission.