Course description

Process of designing, building, and using computer models for use within applied environmental science. Covers key examples within ecological and hydrological modeling. Introduces students to different modeling paradigms, including: systems dynamics, statistical habitat selection, and simulated vs analytical solutions. Software usage draws from Stella, Excel, and the R programming language. Individual student projects. [Prereq: MATH 151 and (BIO 340 or GEOL 360)]

Units: 4

Fall 2018 sections

No sections offered