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GEO 201 [WI] Earth Systems Processes 3.0 Credits

Students will examine local and global environmental changes from an earth systems perspective. Important concepts include feed-back loops, tipping points, the "butterfly effect," and geological time. From a geological perspective, students will examine: natural and anthropogenic climate change; soil degradation; sea-level rise; plate tectonics; and natural hazards, such as coastal storms, levee breaks, earthquakes, tsunamis, landslides and more.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit


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...BIO), Chemisitry (CHEM), Geoscience (GEO), Nutrition (NFS), Physics...must complete through level 201) 3.0 Diversity...

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