Course description

Use of landscape-level measurements, computer models, remote sensing, and geographic information systems to quantify and develop sustainable solutions to environmental problems over large space and time scales. Utilize an ecosystem process model as a tool to understanding how changes in the cycling of biogeochemicals can alter ecosystem processes. [Prereq: MATH 150 and (BIO 342 or BIO 340 or ENVS 315) and GEOL 260]

Units: 3

Fall 2018 sections

No sections offered