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Environmental science is very important because it study the connection and implication of seemingly disconnected phenomena, enlightening to the consequence of our action such the effect of technology on the destruction of the natural resources and the ecosystem, and what we can do to reverse some of this destructive forces and heal the environment, saving ourselves in the process.
I was able to describe and analyze current national and global environmental problems. I learnt basic statistical analysis and methods of applications of these techniques in developing experimental design, and appreciate limitations of conclusions drawn from experimental data. I was able to interpret biological and chemical data related to environmental science in the primary literature, generate and interpret experimental data from lab and from the primary literature, utilize and analyze commonly used statistical methods to interpret data. I undertook original and publishable research studies with faculty mentors. I constructed a research thesis, and presented the results of that thesis to an audience of peers and faculty at college events.
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