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Introduction to Environmental Science

ENVS 105

Credits: 
4

This course is a basic overview of the environmental impacts caused by humans on the natural systems of the Earth: the atmosphere, geosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere. We will examine the scientific concepts that underlie the complex interactions occurring among these systems and how our actions endanger Earth’s ecosystems. We will explore what is necessary to sustain our environmental resources so they continue to provide benefit for human beings and other living things on our planet. Fieldwork is incorporated into the regular class time.

Time: 
M, W 8:30am - 10:20am
Course Term: 
Fall 2013
Instructor: 
Course Location: 
SB 104/106
Max Enrollment: 
12
Grade Format: 
Letter Grade
Section: 
1