10 Credits AUTUMN

Pre-requisites: GEO150, GEO152

Aims/Description: The module uses lectures and computer practicals to introduce the numerical modelling of environmental systems. The art and science of model formulation, construction, and testing will be covered in detail. Students will use a number of specially-written models from various areas of physical geography and environmental science.

Staff Contact: Ms GM Johnson
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Problem Solving/Example Classes
Assessment: Formal Examination, Report

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