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Week 8  24 Oct  30 Oct 2022  
Monday (D1)  Finish Homework from previous week. Be sure your name, student number, and HW# are at top of every page. Deadline: Electronically submit your HW by the start of class, 2 pm Monday.  
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 Topic: Thermo Diagrams  Part 1: Components, Types, & Thermo State . Learning Goals At the end of this section, you should be able to:

Evening  Readings:
Do quiz W08 D2 online on Canvas. You
might want to first print extra copies of the thermo diagrams from the
online textbook, to draw on for these exercises. That way you can
keep a clean master copy with the rest of your textbook chapter.  Topic: Thermo Diagrams  Part 2: Applications . Learning Goals At the end of this section, you should be able to:

Tuesday (D2)  
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10 PM  Deadline to finish warmup Qs.  
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Evening  Readings:
Do quiz W08 D4 online on Canvas.  Topic: Soundings, Static Stability, and CAPE . Learning Goals At the end of this section, you should be able to:

Thurs. (D4)  
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10 PM  Deadline to finish warmup Qs.  
Friday (D5)  .  
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Evening  EndofWeek Numerical Homework Exercises. (Due at start of Monday's class.)Homework 8: [You might want to first make copies of the blank thermo diagrams at the end of Chapter 5, or print extra thermodiagram copies from the online textbook, and then write on the copies to help answer these questions. Printable copies (pdf) versions of these diagrams can be downloaded from the Practical Meteorology book web page. ] or [an alternative method for online submission: make a copy of the pdf file of the blank thermo diagram and then use a pdf editing or notetaking tool to draw your answers onto the pdf image. Be sure to save your revised pdf and check that it has your answers on it before you include with your HW submission.] . S.Ch5 (use copies of thermo diagrams for all, but show any extra calculations on a spreadsheet):A5 (tephigram only, using data from A4d), A6(iviii; tephigram only, using data from A4d), A10d, A11d, A14b (using the sounding data given in the book just before that exercise) , A16d, A17d. . S.Ch14: (use copies of thermo diagrams for the 1st three exercises listed, but show any extra calculations on a spreadsheet. Use spreadsheet for all subsequent exercises.): A3d, A7d(1), A8d, A11d, A16d, A39d. Readings: S.Ch15. Section 15.2. (This is prereading for Monday next week. Topic is Downbursts & Gust Fronts and associated phenomena.  Learning Goals At the end of this section, you should be able to:

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Notes: The textbook for this course is Stull, 2017: "Practical Meteorology: An Algebrabased
Survey of Atmospheric Science", available for free online, at https://www.eoas.ubc.ca/books/Practical_Meteorology/ .
The reading and homework assignments use the following abbreviations to indicates various parts of this textbook: