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Graduate lecture series on atmospheric radiation Lecture 3

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Lecturer: Prof Qiang Fu

1000-1100 am in Meeting room 4 at Centre for Mathematical Sciences

Aimed at graduate students working in climate science. This course will cover the fundamentals and move towards specific topics of interest to various research groups. All welcome.

A Short Course on Atmospheric Radiation and Radiative Forcing of Climate

1. Fundamentals of Atmospheric Radiation

2. Simple Aspect of Radiative Transfer including the Newtonian Cooling Expression

3. General Radiative Transfer Equation and its Approximate Form

4. Absorption of Radiation by Atmospheric Gases and its Treatment in Climate Model

5. Radiative Forcing of Climate Change

This talk is part of the Cambridge Centre for Climate Science series.

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