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ENVS 257 Global Climate Change
This course is an introduction to the scientific evidence for human-induced climate change, the natural variability of our climate system against which changes are assessed, and the impacts on the natural world and the predicted response of Earth’s ecosystems. It also focuses on the economic and policy proposals and debates about how humanity needs to respond. At the end of the course, students will present a research symposium on current issues in climate change, impacts and adaptations and efforts to mitigate human influence. It is expected that this course will be offered every spring. Offered irregularly.
Cross-Listed as ESCI 257.
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