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Western Washington University - Sci 101 - Class Notes - Week 4

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School: Western Washington University
Department: Science
Course: Environmental Studies: A Scientific Approach
Professor: John rybczyk
Term: Fall 2016
Tags: Enviromental Science
Name: ESCI 101 week 4
Description: Intro to water unit- Water resources (Oct 18) & Water use (Oct 20)
Uploaded: 10/21/2016

Sci 101 - Class Notes - Week 5
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Evn. Sci. 101 - Week 1 (Sept 27 & 29)

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Scale and Hierarchy & Hurricane Katrina (Sept. 27) Economics and the Environment & Tragedy of the Commons (Sept. 29)

Sci 101 - Class Notes - Week 2
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Evn Sci 101 Week 2 Oct 4, 6

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Tragedy of the Commons Continued & Ecological Economics (Oct 4), Ecological Economics Continued & Population (Oct 6)

Sci 101 - Study Guide
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Env. Sci. Study Guide 1

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This is an summary of all the notes up to this point. Don't forget to study the homework questions.

Sci 101 - Class Notes - Week 5
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ESCI 101 Notes week 5

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Oct 27 Water Pollution (no class on Tuesday Oct 25)

Sci 101 - Class Notes - Week 6
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ESCI 101 week 6

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Water Pollution (November 1) & Food (November 3)

Sci 101 - Study Guide
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ESCI 101 Exam 2

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Expanded study guide from what was posted on Canvas. Same topics, more detail

Sci 101 - Class Notes - Week 8
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ESCI 101 Week 7 & 8

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Started Climate Change (Nov. 10) watched Before The Flood in class, finished movie, notes on Carbon budget (Nov. 15), Greenhouse Gasses (Nov 17)

Sci 101 - Class Notes - Week 10
8 pages

ESCI 101 Week 9&10

Fall 2016

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IPCC, Positive Feedback (Nov 22), Climate Change in PNW & ENSO, PDO (Nov 29, Dec 1)

Sci 101 - Study Guide
7 pages

ESCI 101 Final Exam Study Guide

Fall 2016

John rybczyk

Sci 101

Everything we took notes on in class, broken down to the most important details. Don't forget to go over the readings and the questions that go with them

Sci 101 - Class Notes - Week 5
6 pages

Evn. Sci. 101 - Week 1 (Sept 27 & 29)

Fall 2016

John rybczyk

Sci 101

Scale and Hierarchy & Hurricane Katrina (Sept. 27) Economics and the Environment & Tragedy of the Commons (Sept. 29)

Sci 101 - Class Notes - Week 2
8 pages

Evn Sci 101 Week 2 Oct 4, 6

Fall 2016

John rybczyk

Sci 101

Tragedy of the Commons Continued & Ecological Economics (Oct 4), Ecological Economics Continued & Population (Oct 6)

Sci 101 - Study Guide
3 pages

Env. Sci. Study Guide 1

Fall 2016

John rybczyk

Sci 101

This is an summary of all the notes up to this point. Don't forget to study the homework questions.

Sci 101 - Class Notes - Week 5
3 pages

ESCI 101 Notes week 5

Fall 2016

John rybczyk

Sci 101

Oct 27 Water Pollution (no class on Tuesday Oct 25)

Sci 101 - Class Notes - Week 6
8 pages

ESCI 101 week 6

Fall 2016

John rybczyk

Sci 101

Water Pollution (November 1) & Food (November 3)

Sci 101 - Study Guide
13 pages

ESCI 101 Exam 2

Fall 2016

John rybczyk

Sci 101

Expanded study guide from what was posted on Canvas. Same topics, more detail

Sci 101 - Class Notes - Week 8
3 pages

ESCI 101 Week 7 & 8

Fall 2016

John rybczyk

Sci 101

Started Climate Change (Nov. 10) watched Before The Flood in class, finished movie, notes on Carbon budget (Nov. 15), Greenhouse Gasses (Nov 17)

Sci 101 - Class Notes - Week 10
8 pages

ESCI 101 Week 9&10

Fall 2016

John rybczyk

Sci 101

IPCC, Positive Feedback (Nov 22), Climate Change in PNW & ENSO, PDO (Nov 29, Dec 1)

Sci 101 - Study Guide
7 pages

ESCI 101 Final Exam Study Guide

Fall 2016

John rybczyk

Sci 101

Everything we took notes on in class, broken down to the most important details. Don't forget to go over the readings and the questions that go with them