Natural Science & Environment

Natural Science and the Environment
We will explore in detail a series of current environmental issues in order to learn how principles of biology, chemistry, geology, and physics, as well as interdisciplinary scientific approaches, help us to identify and understand challenges to environmental sustainability. In lecture, we will examine global environmental issues, including climate change, water and energy resources, biodiversity and ecosystem services, human population growth, and world food production, as well as the application of science in forging effective, sustainable solutions. In the laboratory and field, we will explore local manifestations of global issues via experiential and hands-on approaches. 3 hrs. lect., 3 hrs. lab.
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ENVS 0112

All Sections in Fall 2020

Fall 2020

ENVS0112A-F20 Lecture (Lapin, Doyle)
ENVS0112W-F20 Lab (Doyle)
ENVS0112X-F20 Lab (Doyle)
ENVS0112Y-F20 Lab (Doyle)
ENVS0112Z-F20 Lab (Doyle)