CHM 250 - Global Biogeochemistry: Building a Habitable World
Three Credits Alternate Years: Fall 2017, 2019
A study of the earth as a dynamic system governed by the interplay between biological, geological and chemical processes. These processes are what make the planet hospitable for life. This understanding is needed to address the environments issues we face today. Furthermore, these processes have shaped the co-evolution of life and the planet.
Prerequisite(s): BIO 101 or CHM 113. Course may be applied to the Environmental Science and Studies Programs.