Central to understanding the predictions for future global warming is identifying the key components that operate within the climate system. This laboratory is designed to provide students with the tools necessary to understand the science behind global warming. Students will take the role of climate investigators and learn how changes in the climate system are analyzed through the use of simple models. Ultimately students will gain an understanding of how factors that affect climate are used to construct a geographical pattern of future warming on a global scale. This is a Natural Science. NOTE: This course only meets SUNY General Education Natural Science requirements when both GEG 204 and GEG 203 are successfully completed. Three lab hours. (SUNY-NS)
MTH 098 Elementary Algebra.
Course Offered Summer only
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Fall Semester 2015
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