**Homework 1 due ****9/22/03**

**Chapter 1**

problems 3, 4

1-3) The land sea breeze is a lighrt wind blowing from the sea as a result of the temperature difference between the land and the sea. As this temperature difference reverses from day to night, the daytime sea breeze turns into a nighttime land breeze. If you were developing a numerical model of the sea-land breeze, should you include the effects of the earths rotation? Justify!

1-4) The Great Red Spot of Jupiter, centered
at 22 degrees south and spaning 12 degrees in latitude and 25 degrees
in longitude, exhibitswind speeds of 100m/sec. The planets radius is
71,400 km and the rotation rate is 1.763 x 10^{-4
}sec^{-1}. Is the Great Red Spot influenced by the
planet's rotation? Justify!

and

The Shallow water wave problem which I do not feel like typing in but will if needed!

**Homework 2 due ****10/1/03**

**Chapter 2**

**(handed out int class)**

problems 2, 3 , 4 (Cushman-Rosin)

problem 1.2 (from Acheson, handed out in class)

**Homework 3 due ****10/10/03**

**Chapter 3**

problems 3-3 (Cushman-Rosin)

problem 1.7, 2.1, 2.3 (from Acheson, handed out in class)

Prof. Norbert Untersteiner problem about the ratio of the sun to earth temperature.

**Homework 4 due ****10/17/03**

**Chapter 4**

problems 4-1, 4-3, (Cushman-Rosin)

problem 11, 12 (from Tritton handout in class)

(I'll get the scanned in version posted tonight ...hopefully) page 1, page 2, page 3, page 4

**Homework 5 due ****11/21/03 or 11/24/03**

**Chapter 5**

problems 5-1, 5-2, 5-5,5-7 (Cushman-Rosin)

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