BC3017: Environmental Data Analysis | E. Cook

Earth and Environmental Sciences
Undergraduate Lecture
Tu Th 10:10AM-12PM or MW 2:10-4PM

Acquisition, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of environmental data, assessment of spatial and temporal variability. Focus on water quality issues and storm surges. Uses existing and student-generated data sets. Basic principles of statistics and GIS, uses standard software packages including EXCEL and ArcGIS. 

Prerequisites: One year of college science or permission of the instructor.

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