ENV 3455 - Quantitative Data Analysis for Earth and Environmental Scientists

Description
This course provides an introduction to processing, visualizing, and interpreting Earth and environmental science data using scientific computing techniques widely used in the related fields. Biweekly lectures introduce the relevant quantitative methods within the context of Earth and environmental science applications. Weekly laboratories emphasize the application of quantitative tools toward analysis of data in support of various modes of dissemination. Earth science applications include but are not limited to scripting and generating reproducible plots for reports, creating longitudinal stream profiles, temporal, spatial, and magnitude filtering of NEIC earthquake data, and contouring a local water table. Prerequisites: GLY 2250, MAT 1110, and PHY 1150, or permission of the instructor. (Same as GLY 3455.)
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2018, Fall 2017
Offered
MW, W
Avg. Class Size
5
Avg. Sections
2