Physics of the Changing Environment A
The course will cover basic physics of environmental processes and of measurement techniques in the atmosphere, the ocean, lake-land-forest systems, and other biological systems. It will place its work in the context of climate change and other aspects of environmental change. This course is solely intended for students who have NOT completed a previous first year physics core course, who are in one of the following programs: Environmental Science Major or Minor, Environmental Geosciences Specialist or Earth and Environmental Systems Major.
- MAT135H1/MAT136H1/MAT137Y1/MAT157Y1/JMB170Y, CHM136H1/CHM138H1/CHM135H1/CHM139H1/CHM151Y1
- ENV238H1, PHY131H1/PHY132H1/PHY151H1/PHY152H1
- Recommended preparation
- Any high school physics
- Breadth requirement
- Distribution requirement
- course title
- year of study
- 2nd year
- time and location
24L: LEC0101: TR11, Room: UC244, In Person LEC9101: TR11, On Line Synchronous 24P: M2-4, Room: MP 124, In Person M2-4, On line Synchronous At this time, the University has not made a final decision about course delivery for the Winter 2021 term. The Faculty of Arts & Science will be updating Winter term course delivery information based on public health guidelines.