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280351 UE PM-MiMet Exercise Course in Micrometeorology (PI) (2019W)

Continuous assessment of course work



max. 20 participants
Language: English



DO wtl 08.10.2019 bis 30.01.2020 09:30 - 11:30 Raum 2E206

Termin Dienstag 01.10.2019 09:30 - 12:00 entfällt! Stattdessen werden die Studierenden gebeten an den Hearingsvorträgen teilzunehmen.
(Date Tuesday 01.10.2019 09:30 - 12:00 not applicable! Instead, students will be asked to participate in the hearings.)


Aims, contents and method of the course

Application and deepening of the mathematical and physical concepts from the lecture on micrometeorology.

Assessment and permitted materials

Mini test: 30
Cross exercise + table report: 35%.
Final report: 35

In the exercise on micrometeorology, attendance is mandatory. The student must be present at all classroom sessions. The student may miss an appointment without prior excuse. A medical certificate must be presented for any further missed appointments. The student has to inform the LV leader about the absence in any case.

Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

The course is considered to have been successfully completed when
1. the presence was observed,
2. the final project was passed with at least 50% of the points
3. at least 50% of the examples have been crossed and at least 2 table performance points have been collected
4. the total number of points of all partial performances amounts to at least 50%.

Points -> Grade
90% - 100% -> 1
77% - 89.9% -> 2
64% - 76.9% -> 3
50% - 63.9% -> 4
00% - 49.9% -> 5

Examination topics

Concepts, knowledge and methods of micrometeorology developed during the lecture and exercises.

Reading list

Literature in advance:
- Stull, Roland B., 2003: An Introduction to Boundary Layer Meteorology. Kluwer Academic Publishers
- Arya, s. Pal, 2001: Introduction to Micrometeorology, Academic Press
- Foken, Thomas, 2003: Angewandte Meteorologie – Mikrometeorologische Methoden, Springer Verlag
- Etling, D., 2002: Theoretische Meteorologie, eine Einführung. Springer, Heidelberg, 354pp.

Association in the course directory

Last modified: Fr 27.09.2019 08:48