Develop a greater appreciation for how the air, water, land, and life formed and have interacted over the last 4.5 billion years.
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A really interesting course but I definitely struggled with the assessments. Build your own earth was a really good concept at looking at different worlds, climates and changing weather patterns.
Enjoyed this a lot and learnt a lot. Many thanks to the lecturers and team who produced it, clearly much thought and effort went into putting the materials together: exemplary on-line learning!
I absolutely loved each and every part of this course. The video lectures and reading material were very interesting and easy to understand. Definitely recommending this course to my friends!
My BA 45 years ago is major in Geography and Geology. I am very happy to re-visit many of the topics with the new discoveries and theories and presentation of them in modern technology.