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4 sem. hrs. Prereq.: Membership in the honors program. Explores the topic of global warming and climate change, using conceptual and quantitative modeling techniques. Students will review evidence for global warming and evaluate the importance of human factors using a variety of conceptual 'back of the envelope' calculations, simple 'box models,' and more sophisticated computer modeling, all of which are used to forecast climate change.