Erwan Monier’s teaching focuses on the complex interactions between humans and our environment. The following is the list of courses he is currently teaching at UC Davis:

SAS 9 - Crisis in the Environment

Crisis in the Environment (Science and Society 9)

SAS 9 is an undergraduate general education course that explores contemporary environmental issues. We examine the causes, effects and solutions to a wide range of environmental problems facing the global ecosystem. The lectures also integrate the political, societal and economic dimensions of these issues. Topics covered include climate change, air pollution, ocean exploitation, forest management and wildfire, food and water insecurity and more.

ATM 10 - Severe and Unusual Weather

Severe and Unusual Weather (Atmospheric Science 10)

ATM 10 is an undergraduate general eduction course that surveys many types of severe weather and unusual atmospheric optical phenomena. The course includes plenty of fun in-class demonstrations and videos! For example, we make a cloud in a bottle, crush cans and we even have a tornado machine! In addition to identifying all the clouds in the sky, you will learn about optical phenomena like rainbows, sundogs, halos or mirages. You will also learn how to prepare for and what to do during extreme weather. So this course could literally save your life one day!

ATM 133 - Biometeorology

Biometeorology (Atmospheric Science 133)

ATM 133 is an upper-division undergraduate course that explores the interactions between the biosphere and the atmosphere. Topics covered include the physical and biological basis for water vapor, carbon dioxide, and energy exchanges with the atmosphere associated with plants and animals, including humans. We also explore the microclimate of plant canopies, evapotranspiration, and microclimatic modification such as frost protection.

ATM/ECL/HYD 245 - Climate Change, Water and Society

Climate Change, Water and Society (CCWAS)

CCWAS is a graduate course that integrates climate science and hydrology with policy to understand the hydroclimatology and its impact upon natural and human systems with a focus on California water issues. This course aims to expose students to theoretical concepts and methods from multiple disciplines, and to provide venues for all students to bring their disciplinary and interdisciplinary training to bear on a common challenge and set of activities. CCWAS is cross-listed as Atmospheric Science (ATM 245), Ecology (ECL 245) and Hydrologic Sciences (HYD 245).

Students enrolled in these classes can found more information on Canvas. If you’re not enrolled but are interested in these classes, learn how to register.