||Earth as a member in the solar system, minerals and rocks, plate tectonics, volcanoes, and earthquakes; the fossil record and the history of life; glacial geology, geomorphology, earth surface processes; paleoclimates and future climate change; environmental geoscience, hydrologic cycle, soil-groundwater contamination, hazardous waste disposal and alternatives.
||Lectures, lab or local field trip, 5 hours per week.
||any two of biology, chemistry, earth sciences, mathematics or physics beyond grade 11 or equivalent.
||students may not register concurrently in ERSC 1F90 or 1P92.
||Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in ERSC 1F90 and 1P92.