PHYS 2212 and MATH 2552
In this course we will study the forces and influences that determine the composition, structure and evolution of the planets in our solar system.
The physics behind the climate and its potential changes, as well as an introduction to the policy issues in global change.
EAS 2600 and EAS 4200 or EAS 4656 or EAS 4221 and EAS 3610 or EAS 4220 or EAS 4305 or EAS 4370 or EAS 4655 or EAS 4740
Semester-long focus on single environmental project in the local area. Chemical and physical techniques for parameterizing environmental problems, data analysis, report writing, and interpretation of results in societal context.
EAS 2750 and EAS 4655
A description of physical and mathematical procedures used in weather forecasting. Students will practice forecasting.
MATH 2552 and PHYS 2212
EAS 3610 or EAS 4220 or EAS 4655 or EAS 4740
Data analysis methods used in environmental research are taught through examples. Students learn to implement these methods to areas of their own interest.
EAS 4220 and EAS 4221 and (BIOL 1510 or BIOL 1520)
An investigation of global change focusing on the chemical, physical, geological, and biological processes that cycle the elements through the Earth system.
EAS 3620 or EAS 4630 or EAS 4655 or EAS 4740
An introduction to computer modelling in Earth system science.
A joint research project with the National Weather Service. Must have approval in advance.