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= Class Websites =
 
= Class Websites =
  
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== [[Climate Change: The Move to Action]] ==
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[[Climate Change: The Move to Action]]
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(CLIMATE 480/NRE 480)
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'''Climate Change: An Inter-Disciplinary Approach to Problem Solving'''
  
== [[Dynamical Meteorology]] ==
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* Includes course material [[Special:BrowseData|database]]
[[Image:earth.jpg|left|50px|link=Dynamical Meteorology]]  
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(AOSS 321, AOSS 401, AOSS 451)
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== [[Climate Change in Planning and Design]] ==
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[[Climate Change in Planning and Design]]
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(CLIMATE 530)
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'''Climate Change in Planning and Design'''
  
== [[Climate Change: The Move to Action]] ==
 
[[Image:IPCC.png|left|50px|link=Climate Change: The Move to Action]]
 
(AOSS 480/NRE 580)
 
  
* Includes course material [[Special:BrowseData|database]]
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== [[Climate Change: Practicum for Applied Climate]] ==
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[[Climate Change: Practicum for Applied Climate]]
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(AOSS 591 (Fall) /AOSS 592 (Winter))
  
  
  
 
== [[QuikClimate: Physical Climate Course (Winter 2008)]] ==
 
== [[QuikClimate: Physical Climate Course (Winter 2008)]] ==
[[Image:physclimate.png|left|100px|link=QuikClimate: Physical Climate Course (Winter 2008)]]
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[[QuikClimate: Physical Climate Course (Winter 2008)]]
  
= [[Student Projects]] =
 
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These [[Student Projects|projects]] are designed to address complex problems.  They strive to incorporate consideration of climate change into decision making and recommendations.  Often it is not easy, but that's the point of it all.  [http://climateknowledge.org/figures/Rood_Climate_Change_AOSS480_Documents/_AOSS_480_Project_Description.pdf Project Description]
 
  
  
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== [[Dynamical Meteorology]] ==
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[[Dynamical Meteorology]] 
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(AOSS 321, AOSS 401, AOSS 451)
  
  
  
= Students Post U-M =
 
This section will contain relevant material from former U-M students highlighting where they are now and what they are doing.
 
  
  
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= [[Student Projects]] =
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These [[Student Projects|projects]] are designed to address complex problems.  They strive to incorporate consideration of climate change into decision making and recommendations.  Often it is not easy, but that's the point of it all.  [http://climateknowledge.org/figures/Rood_Climate_Change_AOSS480_Documents/_AOSS_480_Project_Description.pdf Project Description]
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= Rood Bio Material =
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Richard B. (Ricky) Rood is a professor of [http://aoss.engin.umich.edu/ Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences] at the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/University_of_Michigan University of Michigan in Ann Arbor]. Prior to 2005, he held several leadership positions at [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NASA NASA]’s [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goddard_Space_Flight_Center Goddard Space Flight Center]. 
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[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_B._Rood More at Wikipedia]
  
 
= Blogs =
 
= Blogs =
Ricky Rood's [http://climateknowledge.org:16080/Blogs/index.php/Main_Page Climate Change Blog] wiki
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Ricky Rood's [http://climateknowledge.org/Blogs/index.php/Main_Page Climate Change Blog] wiki

Latest revision as of 16:27, 29 November 2016

Class Websites

Climate Change: The Move to Action

Climate Change: The Move to Action (CLIMATE 480/NRE 480) Climate Change: An Inter-Disciplinary Approach to Problem Solving


Climate Change in Planning and Design

Climate Change in Planning and Design (CLIMATE 530) Climate Change in Planning and Design



Climate Change: Practicum for Applied Climate

Climate Change: Practicum for Applied Climate (AOSS 591 (Fall) /AOSS 592 (Winter))


QuikClimate: Physical Climate Course (Winter 2008)

QuikClimate: Physical Climate Course (Winter 2008)


Dynamical Meteorology

Dynamical Meteorology (AOSS 321, AOSS 401, AOSS 451)




Student Projects

These projects are designed to address complex problems. They strive to incorporate consideration of climate change into decision making and recommendations. Often it is not easy, but that's the point of it all. Project Description

Rood Bio Material

Richard B. (Ricky) Rood is a professor of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Prior to 2005, he held several leadership positions at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center.

More at Wikipedia

Blogs

Ricky Rood's Climate Change Blog wiki