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Minnesota State University, Mankato: Our Geologic Environment
Our Geologic Environment is a general education course designed to help non-science majors gain a broad understanding of the natural functioning of the Earth system and humanity's interaction with and ...
The Dynamic Earth
This course covers the formation and development of the solid earth, atmosphere, hydrosphere, and bio-sphere. The course studies the whole earth as a system of many interacting parts and focuses on the changes ...
GEO 100 - Global Environmental Change
The objectives of this course are to gain a basic understanding of the interrelationships among the earth's major physical and biological systems and to gain an appreciation of past and potential future ...
GLY 1073 - An Introduction to Global Change
From Syllabus: An overview of the Earth Sciences from a system's perspective. Students will learn to view the Earth as a complex system of interacting components including the atmosphere, hydrosphere, ...
Gaia: Introduction to the Earth System
Earth 002: Section 002 is a non-mathematical introduction to the Earth, and to the forces and processes that shape the present-day global environment. The course focuses on global-scale human-induced changes: ...
Integrated Earth Systems
Introduction to numerous global change issues through the exploration of the integrated Earth system; problem-solving strategies within an interdisciplinary team environment.
Earth and Space Science
Steven Schafersman, University of Texas of the Permian Basin, The
Earth and Space Science is a 12th grade senior capstone science course being designed for the new four years of science requirement in Texas. It covers space, earth, ocean, and atmospheric sciences in a rigorous, ...
Integrated Sciences I
Paulo Hidalgo, Georgia State University
This is an inquiry-based content course designed to familiarize students with the fundamental concepts of biology and geology.
Geology in Historic Context
Wm. Jay Sims, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Encyclopedic use of the text book, beginning with Chapter one and off-text material about rates, feedback, scale. Then continue with Archean/Proterozoic, Paleozoic, Mesozoic, Cenozoic, but not as a ...
Michelle Kinzel, Oregon State University
This course is designed to prepare conservation workers and scientists how to acquire, organize and manipulate geographic information using GIS technology.