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Biología, Geología y Ciencias Ambientales

Atmosphere, Hydrosphere, and External Geological Processes

Introduction

This course covers the fundamentals of Earth's surface processes, including the structure and composition of the atmosphere and hydrosphere, impact of human activities on natural processes, rock formation and characteristics, applications and implications of geological knowledge, historical development and key figures in the field, and soil science and edaphodiversity.

What you will learn

By completing this course, learners will gain a comprehensive understanding of Earth's surface processes, including the atmosphere, hydrosphere, and external geological processes, and develop the skills necessary to analyze and address environmental challenges related to these processes.

Course program

Fundamentals of Earth's Surface Processes
Rock Formation and Characteristics
Applications and Implications
Historical Development and Key Figures
Soil Science and Edaphodiversity