||ES 331 Ice Age Environments|
ES 767 Quaternary Geology
Prof. James S. Aber
Earth Science Department,
Emporia State University, Kansas
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but the course will not be updated after May 2017.
An introduction to geology, landscapes, glaciers, climate, and biology of the ice ages. The relationship of ice age events to modern environments, the nature of climatic and environmental change, and the role of man.
- Instructor: Dr. James S. Aber, Science Hall 119A (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Prerequisite: GO 325 Earth History, or consent (earth science or biology background).
- Textbook: Landscapes of the central Great Plains: Bird's-eye perspective by J.S. Aber and S.W. Aber (2015). Pdf files provided gratis via FTP.
Course availability This course will be taught next in fall semester, 2015. It may be taken for undergraduate (ES 331) or graduate (ES 767) credit. Regular (on-campus) students should enroll through normal procedures. The course is also available for distance learning from Emporia State University. Off-campus students should enroll through Distance Education (ES 331 ZA or ES 767 XA). In order to receive university credit, students must be officially enrolled and must be in contact with the instructor for course materials and directions. BIS students must have the prerequisite noted above.
© Notice: ES 331/767 is offered by the Earth Science department for the express use and benefit of students enrolled at Emporia State University, Kansas, USA. All are welcome to view these course pages. Any other use or repackaging of materials in this course is prohibited without permission from the author.
Last update: May 2017.