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Intro Earth System - Lecture Notes

Lecture notes roughly spans from lectures 1-10. Topics include: introduction, Earth-Sun, Atmosphere, Earth's Energy Budget, Atmosphere Forces/Circulation, Atmosphere Moisture, Atmosphere Circulation, and Weather/Fronts. Also included some review notes.

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Chapters 4, 5, 6, 8, 11. The notes are from the lectures though, but the lectures draw from these c
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Physical Geography
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Joseph A. Mason, Harm de Blij, James Burt, Peter Muller
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2015
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