Introduction to Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Science

EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCES 202

Introduction to the Earth, its environment, and its place in the solar system. This course is intended to be a starting point for majors in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, or as a standalone course for students from all interests and backgrounds. Themes for this course include Earth's history; the structure and composition of Earth and other planets; the evolution of Earth's surface; natural hazards; climate history; global biogeochemical cycles; and the solar system. No Prerequisites. Students may not take both EPS 202 and EPS 201 for college credit.
Course Attributes: BU SCI; AS NSM; AS AN

Section 01

Introduction to Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Science
INSTRUCTOR: Smith, Skemer
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