Air Pollution Laboratory

Meet the Faculty

Jeffrey K Lew

Jeffrey Lew earned his Ph.D. in Cloud and Precipitation Microphysics from the UCLA Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences in 1985 and subsequently spent two and a half years at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, studying snow growth processes. In 1988, Dr. Lew returned to UCLA and has been teaching courses in meteorology and air pollution ever since. In the early 1990s, Dr. Lew was a member of the first group of instructors at UCLA to use business presentation software to deliver classroom lectures and to create computer visualizations of physical and chemical processes for classroom demonstrations.

Created by Jochen Stutz and Jeffery K. Lew

Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences 2L: Air Pollution Laboratory

Spring Quarter 2018
1 quarter unit / 0.67 semester units

Laboratory, one hour. Enforced corequisite: course 2. Investigations and demonstrations supporting material in course 2, including box model simulation, dose responses, air parcel motion and pollution dispersion, daily and seasonal variation of smog pollutants, and smog transport.

Important dates: 

Registration opens: Feb 28, 2019
Registration ends: Mar 31, 2019
First day of instruction: Apr 1, 2019
Last day of instruction: Jun 8, 2019


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Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences 2 with a minimum grade of D-. Enforced: you can be prevented from enrolling in this class if you have not met this requisite.

Jeffrey K. Lew