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CEE 263B

Numerical Weather Prediction

  • spring

3 - 4 units

Letter or Credit/No Credit

Numerical weather prediction. Continuity equations for air and water vapor, the thermodynamic energy equation, and momentum equations derived for the atmosphere. Numerical methods of solving partial differential equations, including finite-difference, finite-element, semi-Lagrangian, and pseudospectral methods. Time-stepping schemes: the forward-Euler, backward-Euler, Crank-Nicolson, Heun, Matsuno, leapfrog, and Adams-Bashforth schemes. Boundary-layer turbulence parameterizations, soil moisture, and cloud modeling. Project developing a basic weather prediction model. Prerequisite: CS 106A or equivalent.

Course Prequisites

Sections

spring
  • LEC

    • Tuesday Thursday 1:30:00 PM - 2:50:00 PM @ Y2E2 335 with Mark Jacobson

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