PTYS 212

The Science and Politics of Global Warming

The course is devoted to the concepts and principles required for understanding the Greenhouse Effect. It will then cover the effects of global warming on our climate both for past warming and cooling episodes (ice ages) and future predicted effects on our lives and the environment. The last third will deal with the present and future political and commercial issues of global warming. A research paper and a class presentation on a selected topic of global warming will be required. PTYS 212 is a Tier II Natural Science course in the University's general education curriculum.

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Tier 2 NATS
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Semester Section Number Instructor(s) Day/Time Location Resources
2022 Fall 00001 Tommi Koskinen Kuiper 308