UC Davis Atmospheric Sciences at AGU 2016 and AMS 2017!
Come and find us at the 2016 Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union and the 2017 Meeting of the American Meteorological Society! UC Davis Atmospheric Science, Hydrologic Science, Geology, and Soils and Biogeochemistry Graduate Groups will be participating in the academic showcase at both of these meetings to answer your questions about our programs. The annual AGU Fall Meeting will take place in San Francisco, California between December 12-16, 2016 and is the largest interdisciplinary earth and space science meeting in the world, with approximately 25,000 attendees in the AGU Fall Meeting in 2015. The annual AMS Meeting will take place in Seattle, Washington between January 22-26, 2017 and is the world’s largest yearly gathering for the weather, water, and climate community.
The University of California, Davis offers a full program of study leading to Bachelors (B.S.), Masters (M.S.) and Doctoral (Ph.D.) degrees in Atmospheric Science. Our B.S. program conforms to the national accreditation standards set by the National Weather Service and the American Meteorological Society. The M.S. and Ph.D. programs are overseen by the Atmospheric Science Graduate Group. Our graduate program targets a diverse range of specialties including:
- Atmospheric Chemistry and Air Quality
- Biometeorology and Micrometeorology
- Mesoscale and Boundary-Layer Meteorology
- Large-Scale and Climate Dynamics
- Computational Geosciences
- Extreme Weather
Part of the Department of Land, Air, and Water Resources within the College of Agricultural and Environmental Science, the UC Davis Atmospheric Science program offers excellent opportunities for students. Small class sizes foster student-instructor interaction. Students can pursue topics in observations, instrumentation, theory, modelling and computation. Collaboration across departments and colleges is extensive and encouraged. Browse our website for more information or check additional information for prospective students!