Environmental Management And Policy

Environmental Management And Policy

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An introduction to environmental systems such as weather and climate, vegetation, land forms and soils, and how the quality of these systems is modified by human use. Resource issues discussed include: atmospheric pollution and global warming; groundwater, flooding, and flood plain management; volcanic activity and earthquakes; and biospheric processes associated with deforestation and lake eutrophication. Case studies based upon important environmental problems illustrate how human activity and environmental systems interrelate. Fulfills USP Cross- Disciplinary requirement.


Fall 2019
Section Credits Room Instructor Syllabus
GEO 235-001 3.0 Rm.238 Karen S. Kinslow
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