code FN 121
credit_hours 2
title Meteorology
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prequisites -
credit hours 2
Description/Outcomes On completion of this course, students should be competent to understand the earth`s atmospherernand its composition, Describe the types of air masses and understand the weather associated,rnclassify types of clouds, define Tropical Revolving Storm (T.R.S.) and understand theirrndevelopment, use various meteorological instruments.
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objectives A. Knowledge and UnderstandingrnAt the end of the course, students should be able to :rn1. Illustrate the different scientific facts, terminology, concepts, principles and techniquesrnrelated to meteorology.rn2. Recognize the significance of meteorology in solving different economic,rnenvironmental, constructional, weather forecasting and developmental problems.rn3. Relate meteorology to processes, s and services of aquatic ecosystems.rnB. Intellectual SkillsrnThe course provides students with:rn1. Assess the concepts, principles, procedures, theories and their interrelationships forrninterpreting weather forecasting and related meteorological data.rn2. Integrate base knowledge and critical thinking to address novel challenges and solutions.rn3. Knowledge and application the FAIR principles: Findable, Accessible, Interoperable,rnReliable.rnC. Professional and Practical skillsrnAt the end of the course, students should be able to :rn1. Apply recent methods, tools and approaches to determine the movement of weatherrnsystems and investigating the weather-related problems.rn2. Use analytical skills to identify problems.rn3. Know how to incorporate ecological in fisheries management.rnD. General and Transferable skillsrnAt the end of the course, students should be able to :rn1. Use the information of different morphological and biological aspects of a specimenrnfor a proper classification and identification as well as studying the ecological factorsrnthat affect fish communities.rn2. Work in groups during laboratory sessions.rn3. Pay attention to the finer details while identifying fish species.rn4. Identify knowledge gaps, innovation needs and opportunities.
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ref. books David Burch. Modern Marine Weather, Second Edition, 2013,rnrnChris Tibbs. Onboard Weather Handbook, Understanding and Predicting Conditions atrnSea.rnrnCornish, Maurice M. Reeds Maritime Meteorology. Adlard Coles Nautical
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