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Earth and Environmental Science - Audio Podcast

by Christian Shorey

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Description

These lectures were recorded from Summer '07 - Summer '09 and are supplementary to the lectures given in our SYGN 101 - Earth and Environmental Systems Sciece course. Though these lectures go into more depth than time allows in our classroom, the classroom lectures have the advantage of staying current as earth science advances.

Customer Reviews

Educational and entertaining

This is an excellent series. It's great for anyone interested in critical thinking about their world views. Christian Shorey does a wonderful job at taking subjects that might be mundane for the average person and making them interesting.

Eloquent, concise, and clear.

Eloquent, concise, and clear. Couldn't be a better intro to Earth systems podcast. Great reinforcement or supplement to my class. It helps me remember new concepts. Christian keeps it easy to understand by explaining concepts once then using that vocabulary in new topics but keeps reminding us, quickly, of what we've learned so it all builds up to a complete understanding.

Explained perfectly

Once you hear the opening song, you'll know you are in the right place. Christian brings you into the classroom with his inflections of tone and ease of explanation. I endorse all these lectures as one of the best ever found. I'd have paid willingly for videos.