|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.|
Distance Education course. All class meetings and activities take place online.
Instruction is provided through a combination of recorded and limited direct instruction with academic activities, quizzes, etc., at the arranged times and dates described in the footnotes and/or syllabus.