EPS 7 offered in Summer Session A

David M. Romps

Professor, Department of Earth and Planetary Science

Faculty Scientist, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory


EPS 7, Introduction to Climate Change

EPS 290, Topics in Atmospheric Dynamics


Global warming has increased the heat index in Texas by 8 to 11 °F

Common threshold for human survivability must be corrected

No evidence that air pollution invigorates storms, contrary to claims


Plain-language abstracts for all the group's papers


Spring 2024: Graduate student Harsha Hampapura receives his PhD

Thesis in string theory and climate science successfully defended, headed to NCAR

Spring 2023: Graduate student Yi-Chuan Lu receives his PhD

Thesis in human thermoregulation and climate leads to follow-on work as a postdoc at Berkeley


Advice for physics majors wanting to work on climate

Are you majoring in physics and want to work on climate change?

If so, these notes are for you!

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Our group is admitting PhD students in EPS for Fall 2025


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