Physics 1070

ENVIRONMENTAL PHYSICS

Prof. A.M.Saperstein


We all live in the physical environment, influence it, and are influenced by it. Because of this mutual influence, many of us hope to exert some control over our environment, modifying it for our present and future benefit. Control requires knowledge and understanding.Physics is the science underlying our knowledge of the physical world and "energy" is its key concept for describing and understanding the environment. Hence this is a course in energy and the environment.  It is directed at non-science students (though science and technology students are very welcome), interested in understanding and controlling their environment (and through it, their lives).  It has no prerequisites other than curiosity and the possession of some numerical literacy.



 
 
 
 
 

CURRENT SYLLABUS                          PREVIOUS SYLLABI
 
 

INTERACTIVE QUESTIONS (IQ)           PAST EXAMS, HINTS
 
 

             ANSWERS TO HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS
 

                     FIRST HOURLY EXAM 1999

                                SECOND HOURLY EXAM 1999
 
 



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If you have comments, questions, or suggestions, email me at
ams@physics.wayne.edu
 
 

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