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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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.
It was a really nice, and interesting course, which will definitely help me in my career. Thanks University of Manchester!
This is a very good course to understand the mechanism of how our earth works and how complex the mechanism is.
A great course with some interesting and educational concepts. I really enjoyed this course. Thanks so much.
So informative and well-prepared learning materials for students. Thank you very much for your course.
Excellent broad content. Ideal for the learner or someone wanting to get to grips with the basics.
Valuable information about climate change and global warming.
It is such a good introduction for learning Earth Science.