The Science of Climate Change is an introductory survey of the causes and consequences of climate change at a variety of time and spatial scales throughout Earth's history. Natural and human-induced climate change will be studied as physical processes with varying dimensions of biophysical and societal impacts. This course should be considered by the following students: those needing to fulfill a lab science Core requirement, those preparing for a career in environmental science, and those considering a Geology or Atmospheric Sciences major seeking a geoscience elective. This course is subject to a course fee.
Last Updated: 01/29/2018