Here, you can find more information about the GRS electives and read the experience of students of former years. Below each post, you can find the categories it belongs to. If you want to see more courses related to of (one of) those categories, just click on the category!

CIE4608 Atmospheric Observation

CIE4608 – Atmospheric observation  – Q4 – 4 ECT Taught by: Christine Unal, Tim Vlemmix, Pieternel Levelt, Dave Donovan This course has a variety of subjects. The part of Christine is the largest subject of the course and mainly focuses on radar observations where Dave’s part is focusing on lidar observations. The part of Tim

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CIE4610 Mass transport

CIE4610 – Mass transport – Q4 – 4 ECTS Taught by: Pavel Ditmar + guest lecturers Mass transport is an interesting course on the observations and conclusions of the mass transport on Earth mostly based on data obtained from the GRACE mission. This course will learn you about the models behind the results and will let

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CIE4605 Atmospheric science

CIE4605 – Atmospheric science – Quarter 3 – 4 ECTS Short description: This course is suitable for students with an interest the phenomena occurring in the atmosphere and the modelling of these phenomena. Thermodynamics, convection, radiation and the boundary layer are discussed, as well as large scale circulation, cumulus convection and microphysics.  Teaching is done with

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CIE4602 Ice, snow and climate change

CIE4602 – Ice, snow and climate change – Quarter 3  – 4 ECTS Short description: This course is suitable for students with an interest the phenomena occurring in glaciers in the Arctic and Antarctic region. Both theoretical and modelling parts are discussed throughout the lecture series. Teaching is done with lectures and assignments and a

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CIE4607 Oceans, sea-level and bathymetry

CIE4607 – Oceans, sea-level and bathymetry – Quarter 3 –  4 ECTS Short description: This course is suitable for students with an interest in ocean tides, GIA, radar altimetry, bathymetry and their use. Lectures are combined with assignments and a written exam is given at the end of the course. It is taught by Roland Klees,

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