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AGRON 503 XW Spring 2020 - Climate and Crop Growth
3 credit hours
January 13, 2020 - May 8, 2020
Erik Kabela, firstname.lastname@example.org, 515-294-2999
Applied concepts in climate and agricultural meteorology with emphasis on the climate-agriculture relationship and the microclimate-agriculture interaction and crop risk management. Basic meteorological principles are also presented to support these applied concepts. Required course for the Master of Science in Agronomy degree program and Agronomy Graduate Certificate program.
AGRON 181 or equivalent
Required Course Materials:
Aguado, E. and Burt, J. Understanding Weather and Climate. 7th edition, October 2014. Prentice-Hall. ISBN 9780321987303. , Text ordering instructions: Order the book only. Do not order the Mastering Meteorology Kit offered with it. Do not order the Glo
Restricted to graduate students enrolled in MS Agronomy and Agronomy Graduate Certificate online degree programs at ISU. Students from other departments must get permission.
Proctor required for online exams. Proctor registration instructions will be provided when term begins.
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