Environmental and Earth Sciences: Earth Sciences
ERTH 121 (NW; QA) Earth System Science (1)
This course provides an overview of the Earth and its history from a systems perspective. This integrated approach explores the connections among and co-evolution of the solid earth, atmosphere, oceans, and life. Students will practice observing and thinking like an Earth scientist in the lab and in the field. Topics will include: geologic time, tectonics, the climate system, the hydrologic cycle, biogeochemical cycles, and global change.
- General Education Requirement Fulfillment: Understanding the Natural World; Quantitative and Analytical Reasoning (no star)
- Prerequisite: First and second year students only
- Offering: Every Semester
- Instructor: Staff