Previously offered in Fall 2014, Fall 2016, and Fall 2018. Adam Maloof, Department of GeosciencesAmanda Irwin Wilkins, Princeton Writing Program Open to sophomores and juniors*STL. na. npdf. Explore questions like: How is climate changing now, and how do we measure it? How have ancient climate changes been preserved in modern landscapes? How have humans affected climate change, and how does climate change affect us? In workshops, labs, and on the mandatory 9-day field trip during fall break, you'll gain practical experience collecting climatological data (using drones!) and analyzing these data using software and programming languages like ArcGIS and Matlab. You'll learn how to use the research and writing process recursively to hone your ideas, and how to communicate original research effectively within the formal structure of journal-style scientific writing and the LaTeX typesetting language. Emerge with concrete skills and the confidence you need to tackle your independent work. Questions about the course? Contact Amanda or Adam. Related links Full Course Description Student Research Projects Photos from Fall 2018 Photos from Fall 2016 Photos from Fall 2014 "The Best Course on Scientific Research and Writing Offered at Princeton" "When Research Fails: Turning a Fiasco into Real Motive" "Drones Drive Student Research in Utah" Quotes from GEO/WRI 201 Students "This is the type of course you come to Princeton to take." "The papers are an incredible opportunity to challenge yourself and to learn the entire process of research writing from start to finish." "Any science major should consider this course, as it is basically independent work (which we all have to do eventually) guided by two top notch professors and supported by an entire seminar class." "A fantastic course that truly immerses the student into the world of scientific research."