|Registration Term:||Summer 2019 (May-August)|
|Subject:||ERTH 2415 V|
|Long Title:||Natural Disasters|
Physical characteristics and causes of natural disasters of geological origin such as volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, tsunami, landslides, hurricanes and meteor impacts. Discussion on historical perspective, societal impact and mitigation strategies. Emphasis on Canadian case histories.
Precludes additional credit for ERTH 1003 (no longer offered).
Prerequisite(s): second-year standing in any degree program. With the exception of the Minor in Earth Sciences, available as a free elective only in any B.Sc. program, including Earth Sciences.
|Course Credit Value:||.5|
|Full Session Info:|
|Section Information:||Online Section, lectures recorded in previous
academic term. Further information
|Year in Program:||First Year Undergraduate (Exclude)|
|Level Restriction:||Special (Exclude)|