Environmental Sciences
Term : Fall 2016
Catalog Year : 2016-2017

ENV 373 - Southwest Environments Through Time

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Description: An environmental and cultural history of the Southwest, from the time of the last glacial to the present. This class will cover aspects of both temporal scales and spatial scales. This class will cover many aspects of natural environmental history, placing the human societies in the context of environmental change. We will examine several types of scientific proxies that allow us to determine environmental history. Letter grade only.

Units: 3

Sections offered: Spring 2020

Requirement Designation: Science and Applied Science

Liberal Studies Essential Skills: Critical Thinking