Contact This Program
- Land, Air and Water Resources
1152 Plant & Environmental Sciences Building
Davis, CA 95616
Tel: (530) 752-1669
Fax: (530) 752-1552
Contact Graduate Studies
250 Mrak Hall
One Shields Avenue
Davis, CA 95616
Phone: (530) 752-0650
Fax: (530) 752-6222
- 2013 ADMISSION
- Priority: Jan. 15
- General: Apr. 1
- Final: May 31
- Prospective Student Fellowship: Jan. 15
- Continuing Student Fellowship: Dec. 1
- M.S. Plan I
- M.S. Plan II
- Ph.D. Plan A
- This program is not affiliated with any Designated Emphases.
- What is a Designated Emphasis?
- Three letters of recommendation
- GRE scores
Students gain advanced knowledge of air quality; meteorology; atmospheric chemistry; micrometeorology; biometeorology; climate dynamics; mesoscale meteorology; large-scale dynamics; and numerical weather prediction. Students graduate with the qualitative and quantitative skills necessary for professional research and teaching in the chemistry and dynamics of the atmosphere and its interrelationship with the hydrosphere and the biosphere.
This program is an interdisciplinary Graduate Group.
For more information, visit the Atmospheric Science website.
|Ian C Faloona||Land Air & Water Resources||(530) 752-2044|
Christopher D. Cappa
(Adviser: Admissions and General)
|Civil & Environmental Engineering||9/1/11 - 8/31/13||(530) 752-8180|
Ian C Faloona
(Adviser: Primary Contact)
|Land Air & Water Resources||9/1/11 - 8/31/13||(530) 752-2044|
Terry R Nathan
|Atmospheric Science||9/1/11 - 8/31/13||(530) 752-1609|
|Angie Nguyen||Land Air & Water Resources||(530) 752-1669|
|Shelly Archer||Graduate Studies||(530) 754-5886|