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 - Jill & Nick.
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 7 Dec 2022 Pacific Time.
Lecture Times:  Monday,  Wednesday,  & Friday starting at 2 pm  Pacific Time .
            Location:  Dempster Pavilion (DMP) room 310. 

Guidelines, Info & Resources
   Study Tips - How to study effectively.
   Keep Learning during COVID.  - 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 special resources during COVID.
   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.

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

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.