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Ward Covers the origin and diversification of life on Planet Earth, and abrupt die-offs in mass extinctions. View course details in My Plan: ESS 205 ESS 209 Interdisciplinary Earth Sciences Field Seminar (3-12, max.
Explores how new instrumentation and experimentation in biology and chemistry, and improved sampling of the fossil record in geology, combine with astrobiology and geobiology to revise out history of Earth and its life. View course details in My Plan: ESS 204 ESS 205 Access to Space (5) NWGroup development of student experiments to the outer rim of our atmosphere and the beginning of space; investigation of stratosphere, mesosphere, thermosphere, magnetosphere, development of exploration packages; basic electronic fabrication, global positioning, radio tracking, expectations at high altitudes. 12) NWMiscellaneous field-based and experiential learning activities in earth and space sciences.
The course emphasizes the intrinsic relationship between human societies and geologic processes, hazards and resources. Hands-on laboratories using about one hundred representative gems and minerals.
Not open for credit to students who have taken ESS 210. View course details in My Plan: ESS 103 ESS 104 Prehistoric Life (3) NWFossils and how they are preserved.
View course details in My Plan: ESS 100 ESS 101 Introduction to Geology & Societal Impacts (5) I&S/NWIntroduction to the processes, materials and structures that shape Earth. View course details in My Plan: ESS 102 ESS 103 Minerals and Gems (3) NWIntroduction to the nature of minerals: composition, structure, physical properties, and origins, with emphasis on gem minerals.
Emphasizes the dynamic nature of the earth's tectonic system and its relationship to physical features, volcanism, earthquakes, minerals and rocks and geologic structures. View course details in My Plan: ESS 101 ESS 102 Space and Space Travel (5) I&S/NWExplores the sun, solar storms, observations from space and from Earth; Earth's space environment, radiation belts and hazards, plasma storms and auroras, rockets and propulsion, human exploration efforts, societal impact, planetary systems and resources, and project highlighting space and its exploration. Focuses on topics of particular interest in gemology, such as mechanisms of color, history and lore of gems, and uses of gems.
Laboratory explores physical processes associated with earthquakes. Also reviews glaciers impact on societies through sea-level, coastlines, water supplies, and transportation routes. View course details in My Plan: ESS 203 ESS 204 The Paleobiology and Geobiology of Mass Extinctions (3-4) NW P.Includes weekly visits to labs in ESS and related fields. View course details in My Plan: ESS 119 ESS 201 Earth's Climate System (3) NW E.Steig Earth's dynamic environment, global energy balance, interplay of chemical, physical, and biological processes shaping the Earth's surface and climate.Emphasis on quantitative methods for measuring, evaluating, and understanding contemporary changes relative to the last several thousand years.Prerequisite: either MATH 124, MATH 134, or Q SCI 291; recommended: An introductory background in earth sciences, chemistry or physics is helpful, but not required. View course details in My Plan: ESS 201 ESS 202 Earthquakes (5) I&S/NWEarthquakes of the Pacific Northwest and around the world - their cause and relationship to plate tectonics; why, where, and when they occur.