Introduction to practical mathematical methods for understanding environmental aspects of our planet, particularly how the environment changes with time through human interactions. Emphasis on intuitive approaches in devising simple relationships for understanding quantitative outcomes of natural processes. Introduction to basic statistical methods, including hypothesis testing, and how statistics can be applied to environmental problems.
Course Attributes: FA NSMBU SCIAR NSMAS NSMAS AN
Section 01Quantitative Reasoning in Environmental Science
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