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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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!
It is a dry subject, but these folks do a good job of making it as relevant as possible. I like the variety in the video lectures and the BYOE is a neat tool.
I audited the course and completed all except the exams and am using it as a refresher course. Great course and I recommend it highly.
This is very interesting and a lot of great information to help improve and balance out how we understand our earth and it's history.
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