GEOL 113 - Ice Age Ecology
Semester Offered: First Semester
Credits: 4 credits
The ice ages conjure images of vast glaciers, woolly mammoths, and saber-toothed cats. Have you ever wondered what happened to those giant beasts of yesteryear? This class will investigate life in ice ages in the context of changing landscapes, climate, fantastic organisms, and our own human impacts on ecosystems. Ohio is a state molded by a glacial past, and many of our local fossils are from giant ice age beasts. Learn about campus 25,000+ years ago, as well as different ice age ecosystems around the world.
Field trip(s) required.
Enrollment Limit: 40
Instructor: W. McLaughlin
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