AHS 109 ‘Introduction to Environmental Geology’ is an introduction to the natural processes that shape our earth and the ways in which it is constantly being reshaped by natural forces, as well as the ways in which human activity attempts to manage the natural environment for our safety and enjoyment. This class meets for lectures three times a week (MWF) and has weekly labs that are conducted on your own time/schedule. Tutors are available.
Textbook: Living With Earth – An Introduction to Environmental Geology, Travis Hudson, Pearson / Prentice-Hall, 2011, ISBN-13 : 978-0-13-142447-0
Link to AHS 109 Syllabus and Schedule (note – this is from 2015, the syllabus and schedule evolve from year to year)