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This course broadly explores how components of the water cycle (precipitation, evapotranspiration, streamflow, groundwater) influence environments, as well as communities, cultures, and people within these environments. This is a general education course with a "Cross-Cultural Analysis" General Education designation. The first half of the class is spent focused on learning about the water cycle and the second half is spent focused on applying this new understanding toward identifying and comparing how people interact, respond, and alter the water cycle across the world.
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