A standalone course in physics focusing on natural processes and environmental technologies using physical concepts from mechanics, energy, thermodynamics, electromagnetic radiation, atomic spectra, fluid flow, atmospheric processes, sound waves and radioactivity. Designed for environmental science and geology students, those taking this course cannot take other algebra-based (PC200/201) or calculus-based (PC202/203) introductory physics courses. A working knowledge of algebra and trigonometry is required. Co-requisite: PC211L.
- Teacher: James Borgardt