Environmental Geology at Winneconne High School


Environmental Geology focuses on the study of the earth, the environment, and the role of humans in modifying earth and environmental systems. In this course, students investigate the materials and processes of the geologic past to better understand the present and the future state of our global planet. This course applies basic chemical, mathematical, and physical science to investigate geologic and environmental systems. The study of human impact on the environment incorporates biological and social sciences, as well as elements of policy, planning, and ethics.

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Mrs. Faye M. Ewald
Office Phone: (920) 582-5810 ext. 1807
Office H107
e-mail: ewaldf@winneconne.k12.wi.us
Office Hours: 7:15 - 7:45, 9:00- 9:45, 3:10 - 3:30

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Devil's Lake State Park - Baraboo, Wisconsin