Weather and Climate on Vancouver Island

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What are weather and climate? Are forecasters getting it right? Can we change weather and climate? We now know more than ever about these phenomena and it’s never been so important to understand the changes we observe. During this course, we will explore the atmosphere from the surface (and below!) to outer space with examples and discussion centred on Vancouver Island’s weather and climate. Bring your questions to class, as there will be time for discussion.

Instructor: Edward Wiebe, MSc, worked in the Climate Modelling Research Group at UVic for 18 years and is now a Scientific Assistant in the School of Earth and Ocean Sciences. He built and maintains the Vancouver Island School-Based Weather Station Network with Dr. Andrew Weaver.

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