PRE-REQS: Take ENV-1000 Take BIO-2250 Take PSC-3100 or SOC-3580
This course will cover British Industrialization and its changing landscapes beginning with the Romantics. Authors may include Wordsworth Dickens Ruskin Carlyle and Hardy
This 3-week course introduces students to the wide range of technologies used to monitor the natural environment and the ways in which data collected about the natural environment can be analyzed and shared for use in the conservation decision making process. During the course students will build test and deploy an autonomous remote environmental sensing system and use geographic information system (GIS) software to present/share data collected by their sensing system. Key concepts that will be emphasized in the course include data analysis design thinking and project management. Cross-listed with CSC-3813.
PRE-REQS: Take ENV-1000 Take BIO-2250 Take PSC-3100 or SOC-3580
This course introduces students to National Parks National Forests Rangeland and National Refuge systems in the United States. Examination of geology and natural features that make these regions valuable to the government. A historical perspective of societal culture and values will be examined and how they shaped these ecological systems. National Park Service U.S. Forest Service Bureau of Land Management and Fish and Wildlife play a viable role in administration of these resources. The students will exam the environmental dilemmas that exist between creation of policy and management for use and access to these assets. Course projects will include an electronic portfolio of the virtual journey through these amazing natural resources.
PRE-REQS: Take ENV-1000 Take BIO-2250 Take PSC-3100 or SOC-3580