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BIOS 1214 INTRODUCTION TO GEOLOGY LABORATORY (1)

Laboratory to accompany NAT 120. GPS/GIS will be used extensively within the course. (Previously known as NAT 131) Pre/Co-requisite: BIOS 1210

BIOS 1210 INTRODUCTION TO GEOLOGY (3)

This course will study our physical environment and the processes shaping it. The materials and structures of the earth’s crust, the origins of landforms, the concept of geological time, and the nature of the earth’s interior are also studied. Constant attention will be given to geological effects on our environment. (Previously known as NAT 130)

BIOS 2030 INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES (3)

This course is an introduction to the basic principles of ecology and the mechanisms by which these principles affect our lives. Attention is focused on the various issues dealing with humans' impact on the environment in rural, urban and wilderness areas. Taught with a combined biological, chemical, and socio-political approach. The course also introduces Native perspectives towards the environment, with cultural and traditional topics relating to the Great Plains. (Previously known as NAT 103)