Environmental Issues: A Mathematical Modeling Approach
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|Jan Pearce, Mathematics and Computer Science Department, Berea College|
|Assignments, syllabus, and other classroom materials for this course that discusses the state of the planet. "Local and global issues such as air, land, and water pollution; energy production and consumption; forest, wetland and other resource management; as well as waste disposal will be considered. Mathematical models will be developed and explored on the computer in order to make predictions and to consider solutions regarding the environmental problems that face our world."|
|Resource Types:||Course Notes, Syllabi|
|Math Topics:||Basic Algebra, Earth Sciences, Population|
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