Mar 05, 2024  
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

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ES 210 - Climate Change and Glacial Geology (SF)

Credits: (4 credits)

Climate has varied during the course of human history and pre-history, and is in an observable state of flux in the present day. In this course students investigate icehouse (glacial) and greenhouse climates, both locally (New England) and globally. Analysis of glacial and climatological events, alpine and continental glaciations, and natural- and human-induced causes, informs and promotes understanding of past and present climate change. Laboratory and field exercises are integral components of the course.

This is a Sustainabiility-Focused (SF)   course.

Frequency of Offering:
Offered every other fall semester - even years.  (Environmental Science Semester course)

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