Systems Modeling

Environmental Studies 340

Usual Description

Computer simulation models are powerful tools for organizing information, gaining insight into underlying dynamics, and predicting the behavior of complex systems. Students will design and construct models as a means of building understanding of a variety of biological, physical, social and environmental phenomena. Models developed will cover topics ranging from physiology to community dynamics to large-scale flows of material and energy. These examples will provide students with systems-thinking skills and a library of analogies that can be broadly applied to problems in the natural and social sciences. Credit can be counted towards either biology or environmental studies majors.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Environmental Studies 340
Environmental Studies 340 Taught by John Petersen
Environmental Studies 340 Taught by John Petersen
Environmental Studies 340 Taught by John Petersen
Environmental Studies 340 Taught by John Petersen
Environmental Studies 340 Taught by John Petersen