Earth Systems (GEOL 206.3)

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Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
GEOL 206 01 September 2016 Chris Holmden , William Patterson (primary instructor)

Description

An introduction to Earth System Science, a concept that demonstrates the interrelationships between the Earth's landmasses, atmosphere, oceans and biosphere, and the role of humans in their interaction. Topics discussed will include geochemical cycles and environmental change, both natural and anthropogenic.

Prerequisite(s)

One course from GEOL 121, 122, GEOG 120 (formerly 111 or 112), BIOL 108, 120, 121, ARCH 112, CHEM 112, or PHYS 111 or 115, or permission of the department.

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