Fall 2017: M,W, 4:00-5:20, Bowers
This Foundations course seeks to provide students with the physical science basics that they need in order to understand and manage environmental problems. The course draws on the following disciplines: climatology, environmental chemistry, geology, hydrology, meteo- rology, oceanography, and soil science. Focus is on understanding both the underlying concepts and how they apply to real-world environmental challenges. Useful both as a freestanding course and as a gateway to a wide spectrum of intermediate and advanced courses.Knowledge of the concepts covered in this course is essential to success in FES elective courses in the subject areas of water resources, soil science, and climate and atmosperhic sciences.
F&ES 515 is a prerequisite for:
F&ES 709: Soil Science
F&ES 710: Coastal Governance
F&ES 712: Water Resource Management
F&ES 733: Synthesizing Environmental Science for Policy