An introduction to the chemical, physical, geological, and biological processes and reactions that govern the composition of the natural environment and the cycles of matter and energy that transport the Earth's chemical components in time and space. Course includes a significant emphasis on mathematical modeling of radiative transfer, the global hydrologic, carbon and nitrogen cycles, and the implications of human effects on these processes to (No credit for this course for students who have completed Chemistry 108). May meet either the Critical Perspectives: Scientific Investigation of the Natural World or Scientific Investigation of the Natural World lab or field requirement.
Prerequisite: Environmental Program 128 and Mathematics 126.
|Term||Block||Title||Instructor||Location||Student Limit/ Available||Updated|
|Fall 2017||Block 2||Human Impacts on Biogeochemical Cycles||Rebecca Barnes||Tutt Science Building 105||16/-5||03/23/2018|
|Spring 2018||Block 6||Human Impacts on Biogeochemical Cycles||Rory Cowie||Tutt Science Building 122||16/0||03/23/2018|
|Fall 2018||Block 1||Human Impacts on Biogeochemical Cycles||Rebecca Barnes||TBA||16/16||03/23/2018|
|Spring 2019||Block 5||Human Impacts on Biogeochemical Cycles||Rebecca Barnes||TBA||16/16||03/23/2018|