Earthquakes & Volcanoes

EES 150-001

Instructor: 
Rebecca L. Freeman
Class Time: 
TR:2:00 pm to 3:15 pm
Start Date: 
01/16/14
End Date: 
05/08/14
Semester: 
Spring 2014
Room: 
Funkhouser Building-Rm.200-FB
Building: 
Funkhouser Biological Sciences Building
Meeting time: 
TR 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Credits: 
3.0

Course Description

It seems like volcanic eruptions and earthquakes have increased in number and intensity over the past 10 years. Is this true? Will the New Madrid Fault generate an earthquake that will flatten the Midwest? Will the Yellowstone supervolcano erupt in our lifetime and devastate the western U.S.? This visuallybased course will help students understand why, where, when and how volcanoes and earthquakes occur, with particular emphasis on the impacts on humans. UK Core Intellectual Inquiry Quantitative Foundations.

 

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