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Evolution of Life and Environment on Planet Earth

An exploration of how life has shaped Earth's physical environments, both in the contemporary Earth and over the long course of Earth history. Topics range from evidence for the origin and diversification of life and its impact on Earth environments to the mind-set and methods of the scientists who interpret it, and what those methods tell us about future interactions between life and the environment, both on Earth and in the Solar System. Restricted to students in Carillon Communities.

Fall 2021

4 reviews
Average rating: 2.25

Past Semesters

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Average rating: 2.00

Average GPA: 3.23 between 387 students

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