|Course Title||WATER AND THE ENVIRONMENT|
|Full Title||Water and the Environment|
|Description||Movement of fresh water on earth. Hydrologic cycling of water from precipitation, runoff, infiltration, stream and groundwater flow to the ocean. Problems caused by over-use of water resources, urbanization, and water pollution examined with case studies. Not acceptable to the BS degree in geological sciences, except for the emphasis in environmental geosciences.|
|Prerequisite||Completion of the General Education requirement in Foundations of Learning II.A., Natural Sciences and Quantitative Reasoning. Recommended: Geological Sciences 100 or Geography 101.|
Lectures are asynchronous. Exams will be synchronous - to be held 2-3:15pm on Wed. Sept 23 and Wed. Oct 28. Final to be determined.
Distance Education course. All class meetings and activities take place online.
Canvas & Blackboard Learning Management Systems: SDSU is currently transitioning from Blackboard to Canvas as the primary campus learning management system. Students may have courses delivered via both systems, therefore it is recommended that students access both Canvas and Blackboard. Canvas can be accessed at canvas.sdsu.edu using your SDSUid login. Blackboard will be available until the end of Spring 2021 and can be accessed at blackboard.sdsu.edu using your SDSUid login.
Required materials for this course: Webcam and microphone.