EOS 226S. Field Methods in Earth and Environmental Sciences – Nicholas School Undergraduate Programs
  

EOS 226S. Field Methods in Earth and Environmental Sciences

EOS-2241-300x300NS, R, W Introduction to basic field methods used in the earth and environmental sciences. Field investigations focus on topics such as groundwater and surface water movements, soil chemistry and identification, topographic and geologic mapping, the atmosphere/soil interface, and plant identification and distributions. Design of a field investigation, collection of data to address a specific goal, and interpretation and reporting of the results. Emphasis on learning to report field results in the format of scientific publications. Visits to five local field sites. Open only to juniors and seniors. Instructor: Klein or Dwyer. One course.