All required readings for this course will be taken from online sources or from the following required textbook:
William P. Cunningham and Mary Ann Cunningham "Principles of Environmental Science", 3/e, Boston: McGraw-Hill, 2006, ISBN 0-07-282339-9
You will also need a simple calculator that has at a minimum, the ability to add, subtract, multiply, divide, determine squares and square-roots as well as have the following:
parentheses () keys
a reciprocal 1/x key
an ex key
and an exp or EE key
A suggested calculator would be a TI 30X-IIS which costs around $10 at the College Store. If you already have a scientific calculator that you bought for another class, that should suffice. Some business calculators are OK while others are not, if you're not sure, check with me.
Disclaimer: I have no monetary interest in Texas Instruments Corporation, the College Store or Kraftee's.
Kraftee's of Oswego and the College Store carry the book needed for the course. For more information see:
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