ENVR 220

Applied Environmental Analysis

Prerequisites: ENVR 101, first-year students with permission. An examination of the processes used to understand, analyze, and solve environmental problems. Students are introduced to experimental design and the use of mathematics and statistics to analyze data. Problems involving stock, dimensional, mass balance, and population analysis are studied. Applied static and dynamical modeling of environmental problems is emphasized. This course cannot be taken on a P/CR/NC grading option.

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