AOS 1. Climate Change: From Puzzles to Policy

Spring 2020

THANK YOU FOR A WONDERFUL QUARTER! IT HAS BEEN A PLEASURE TEACHING YOU ALL THROUGH THIS CHAOS.

I will keep the links and recourses here for those that are interested or want to review some day in the future. Please reach out if you’d like to learn more about any of these concepts, graduate school, or what opportunities there are in oceanography and atmospheric sciences.

paige.hoel@gmail.com

COVID Resources:

UCLA resources: https://www.adminvc.ucla.edu/covid-19/ucla-faq-information-for-students

Resource/ activity bank: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1EUPs2HfmEIAH4vRcCJv0CfP0QaS18a8c508nj5-JXWM/htmlview?usp=drive_web&ouid=108898305878205331005#

Week One: The Climate System

NO SECTION

Week Two: Radiation and Greenhouse Gasses

Week 2 Notes

Week 2 section

Week Three

Homework #1 due Sunday night (19th)

Week 3 Section

Week 3 Notes

Why the 400ppm threshold matters

Mauna Loa Observatory data

Keeling curve twitter

Week Four

Week 4 Section

Week 4 Notes

Global Carbon Project Visuals

Carbon Story

Week Five

Week 5 Section

Week 5 Notes

Concept Sheet

Homework #2 due Sunday night (3rd)

Global real time visualization of wind & energy

Week Six

Week 6 Section

Quiz #2 opens Friday, due Sunday

Week Seven

Week 7 Section

Week 7 Notes

Homework #3 due Sunday night

Week Eight

Week 8 Section

10am questions

11am questions

Nature Climate Change COVID Article (access through your UCLA library account) (scientific paper)

Nature COVID figures (access through your UCLA library account) (more of an article)

Quiz #3 opens Friday, due Sunday

Week 8 notes

Week Nine

Milankovitch Cycle explanation

Week 9 Section

Week 9 notes

Week Ten

Week 10 Section

Environmental Racism/ Environmental Justice

Podcast with Robert Bullard, father of enviornmental justice movement

Quiz #4 opens THIS FRIDAY

Homework #4 due next Friday (12th)

Lab #4 due next Friday

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