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GEOL 1950M: Geoengineering,or, The Unnatural World Brown Critical Review Link
Examines the processes, dynamics, and consequences of geoengineering, or intentional climate intervention, approaches to controlling climate change. Through assignments stu- dents will create a series of referenced, researched, public wikipedia pages summarizing the state of the art understanding (i.e., a geoengineering hackathon). Intended for under- graduate and graduate students with interests in oceans, climate, paleoclimate, engineer- ing, and climate change policy. Pre-requisite: GEOL0240 or ENVS0490 or GEOL1350 recommended; permission of instructor required. Enrollment limited to 30.You can access the syllabus, class calendar, notes, and reading
Class meets Tuesdays and Thursdays 2:30-3:50 in ????. Baylor's office hours are by appointment (just check my availability and request a time). The calendar of lectures with slides and links is below. It is also available as a public subscription iCalendar called "GEOL1950M: Geoengineering" at http://bit.ly/2rIvc9W. Be sure to click on the days so you can check under "Description" and mabye also "more details" for assignment and reading links.
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