Sp16-CEE-207F-01 : Understanding Energy -- Field Trips. 2016 Spring
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- Stanford (Calif.)
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Understanding Energy - Field Trips takes students on trips to major energy resource sites located within a few hours of Stanford University. Students visit at least two of the many field trips offered, including to a nuclear power plant, a wind farm, a geothermal facility, a solar photovoltaic (PV) farm, a hydroelectric power plant, an oil field, and a natural gas-fired power plant, among others (field trips offered may vary by quarter). Students meet 7-8 times during the quarter to debrief previous field trips and prepare for future ones. Open to all majors and backgrounds. Understanding Energy - Field Trips is part of a trio of inter-related courses aimed at gaining an in-depth understanding of each energy resource -- from fossil fuels to renewable energy. The other two courses are CEE 107A/207A and EARTHSYS 103 Understanding Energy, and CEE 107W/207W and EARTHSYS 103W Understanding Energy - Workshop. Priority is given to students who have taken or are concurrently enrolled in CEE 173A, CEE 107A, CEE 207A, EARTHSYS 103, or CEE 107S/207S.
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