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Winds in the Marine Boundary Layer: A Forecaster's Guide, 2018 Update

Winds in the Marine Boundary Layer: A Forecaster's Guide, 2018 Update
luckyfugro 2018-01-17 00:08:42

Good course
Andrey09t 2017-04-08 11:56:07

Lovely again like all other courses
pic2 2017-01-06 20:47:42

This is on the job training for me.
mclovin04 2017-01-05 13:44:50

Good information, but very long winded and a little dry. Could use more graphics. Otherwise, great lesson.
estrob1 2014-08-29 16:14:59

This was a nice complement for the research that I am currently conducting. A lot of the material reinforced my current knowledge, while aiding me in topics I was not well versed in. I would recommend a basic forecasting module to start with first, and in addition, a brush up on Boundary Layer Physics. Overall assessment: Not bad.
van Steenwijk 2013-12-23 12:28:26

This last part is the most difficult if you are not familiar with metheorology! so for people with no metheorological background this is heavy stuff!
Triquetra 2013-10-04 06:29:47

The module covered a lot of information that is fairly complex, but I thought a significant portion of it seemed superficially and tersely addressed. It seems that the focus was to cover a lot of ground, but due to the subtleties of each area and the way it was organized, it became confusing. There seemed to be too much information in too little space. The focus of the module seemed to shift often, making it difficult to determine what the take-home messages of some sections were. I am a novice, so my comments may be due to lack of the underlying knowledge and background of the field, though it seemed like additional modules added to the course prior to this module would have been helpful.