Meteorology draws upon many sources for its material because of its attempts to describe processes and changes in the atmosphere.

Some of the major fields of investigation include structure of the atmosphere, temperature-pressure-density relationships, heat transfer, moisture and precipitation processes, cloud dynamics, and severe weather processes.

Gain knowledge in explaining how various types of storms develop; interpret meteorological charts to assess current weather and make predictions; use data to solve chemistry problems; and perform meteorology experiments and write coherent laboratory reports.


Associate of Science
  • Meteorology, Science Transfer Pattern

Earth Sciences 04.13.2010
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