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Park Williams was amazing as a professor for this class. S. Feldblum was an amazing TA too. I loveee this type of material and this class single-handedly made me decide to add Geography/Enviro Studies as my second major. The class goes over geology, atmospheric studies, oceanography, meteorology, ecology, etc. It is sooo so interesting and quite easy if you take good notes on the lectures slides and review them adequately before the exams. The problem sets were also easy and the TAs and even the prof himself were helpful if you had any questions.
This class was fantastic and even helped me decide on my Major. Professor Williams is an amazing lecturer and is accommodating by providing PowerPoint prior to his lectures for those who would like to get a head start on some of the material that would be covered in the lecture that day. In his lectures, the Big Idea Questions are highlighted in blue font and all of the key terms to know for the quarter were in red font. This made it extremely easy to study for midterms and finals which were both multiple-choice. On top of this, professor Williams is especially interested during his lectures because he uses his own data collected in the field and by running model algorithms. These figures scattered throughout the lecture provided an immense amount of detail and insight into what we were covering that day in the lecture and added to my overall enjoyment of the class. Outside of class, professor Williams is helpful and was happy to answer many of the questions that I had about the course. If you have the opportunity to take this class with professor Williams JUST DO IT.
This class is very straightforward. The professor's lecture was helpful and he had clear powerpoint slides. He highlighted the important terms in red and possible exam questions in blue. Multiple choice questions for midterm and final. Just rewatch recorded lectures, focus on the highlighted points on the slides and it is an easy A. Textbook is not useful tho.