By UW Sustainability | Jul 14, 2016

Atmospheric Sciences (ATMS) 111 will give students a board overview of the science of global warming. The class is open to all students, and will discuss the causes, evidence, future projections, societal and environmental impacts, and potential solutions to global warming. Students will also study the debate on global warming with a focus on scientific issues.

This course also includes an optional linked writing course. For more information, see ENGL 199 H.

Fall 2016 information
Time Offered: Tuesday/Thursday 11:30-1:30pm with quiz section on Friday
Professor: Dargan Frierson
General Education Requirements: I&S & NW
Credits: 5

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