30 August: Computer Modeling Lab 1

The Beer-Bouguer-Lambert law

6 September: Computer Modeling Lab 2

Planck function and main radiation laws

13 September: Computer Modeling Lab 3

Earth-Sun geometry. Solar insolation.

20 September: Computer Modeling Lab 4

Absorption lines of atmospheric gases.

27 September: Computer Modeling Lab 5

Atmospheric IR spectra and line-by-line radiative transfer

4 October: Computer Modeling Lab 6

Modeling IR radiative fluxes and IR radiative heating/cooling rates
in a gaseous atmosphere

18 October: Computer Modeling Lab 7

Modeling the optical properties of spherical particles using Mie theory

1 November: Computer Modeling Lab 8

Solar radiative transfer approximations: single scattering approximation, Eddington and Delta-Eddington approximations

8 November: Computer Modeling Lab 9

Modeling solar radiation in the cloudy atmosphere with the discrete-ordinate technique

15 November: Computer Modeling Lab 10

Effects of aerosols and surface on solar radiation

22 November: Computer Modeling Lab 11

Radiation budget: diurnal and annual cycles

6 December: Computer Modeling Lab 12

Radiative forcing in the climate system


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irina.sokolik@colorado.edu