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EAR 101 Dynamic Earth
4 Credits - Offered each semester
Chemical, physical, and biological processes and principles affecting the history and development of the earth. Lectures, laboratory, and field trips. Students may not receive credit for both EAR 101 and 105.
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EAR 102 History of Earth and Life
3 Credits - Offered each semester
Physical and biological history of the earth. Lectures, laboratory, field trip.
PREREQ: (EAR 101 OR EAR 203) OR (EAR 104 AND EAR 105)
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EAR 104 Introductory Geology Lab
1 Credit - Offered each semester
Laboratory course designed for students who took EAR 105 but who need credit for a laboratory course. Equivalent to the lab portion of EAR 101; credit will not be given for both EAR 101 and 104.
COREQ: EAR 105
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EAR 105 Earth Science
3 Credits - Offered each semester
Scientific study of our planet, its history, and the processes that shape it and affect humans. Emphasis includes tectonics, continental surfaces, and climate. Lecture and recitation, no laboratory; no prerequisite. Intended for non-majors. Students may receive credit for either EAR 101 or 105 but not both.
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EAR 106 Environmental Geology
3 Credits - Offered every year
Geologic systems as affected by human manipulation of and intrusion into the geologic environment.
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EAR 111 Climate Change Past and Present
3 Credits - Offered every year
Introduction to the science of climate change from the geological record and the last century. Major drivers of global climate, measuring change, and forecasting future climate. Role of human activities in present climate.
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EAR 117 Oceanography
3 Credits - Offered each semester
A comprehensive introduction to the geology, physics, chemistry, and biology of the world ocean and its impact on global climate and environmental concerns.
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EAR 203 Earth System Science
4 Credits - Offered every year
An integrated view of interactions among earth's systems (lithosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere) and the timescales over which they operate. Topics covered in this course include: plate tectonics, atmospheric circulation, oceanic circulation, the greenhouse effect, the carbon cycle, the origin of the earth and life, and climate.
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EAR 205 Water and Our Environment
3 Credits - Offered every year
Investigates origin, occurrence, chemistry and hydrology of water on earth. Includes climate change, contamination and water supply issues within context of water sustainability.
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EAR 225 Volcanoes and Earthquakes
3 Credits - Offered each semester
Examination of the geologic nature of volcanoes and earthquakes as they are related to plate tectonic activity in the earth. Discussion of related societal hazards.
PREREQ: EAR 101 OR EAR 105 OR EAR 203
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