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GLY 105LAB - Natural Hazds & Climate Change
Lecture
Natural Hazds & Climate Change S02B Enrollment Information (not real time - data refreshed nightly)
Class #:   24522   Enrollment Capacity:   12
Section:   S02B   Enrollment Total:   11
Credits:   1.00 credits   Seats Available:   1
Dates:   02/01/2021 - 05/07/2021   Status:   OPEN

This class has multiple meeting patterns:

M,  1:50 PM - 3:00 PM,  Remote,  North Campus
M,  3:20 PM - 4:30 PM,  Cooke 222,  North Campus
Comments
Top Hat subscription required; Each lab section is split into groups A and B (register only for one). Group A meets in person for the first portion of the class period, and Group B meets in person the second portion of the class period, for the hands on part of the lab. The second half of the lab will be completed remotely, on Top Hat, to be turned in before the next lab period. If classes must go all online, both groups A&B will meet remote synchronously for the entire lab period scheduled (in person and remote time blocks combined).
Enrollment Requirements
Prerequisites: Pre-Requisites OR Co-Requisites: GLY101 or GLY102 or GLY 103.
  Course Description
This Scientific Literacy and Inquiry lab course aims to put Earth science in a broader context by examining the latest science at the micro, human (e.g., climate change impacts and mitigation) and global (e.g., global warming) scales. It is designed to develop skills in map-reading, problem-solving, and to foster hands-on learning of the interactions between Earth processes, the environment, and humans. We will apply the scientific method and foster student analysis of scientific data and models to evaluate leading concepts in Earth science. Finally, through case studies and debates, it will discuss science vs. pseudo-science, current controversies, and how earth science affects our everyday lives.
  Instructor(s)
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  On-line Resources
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