ENSC304: Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences

Course Description

Focuses on the physical processes involved in the behaviour of the atmosphere and oceans, and how they create many observable natural phenomena and influence the movement of pollutants. Students explore a variety of short- and long-term phenomena that range in size from the micro to global scales, the challenges involved in their measurement and the application of fundamental concepts to environmental decision-making.

Course Credits

  • 3.00