ESRM 100 Introduction To Environmental Science. 5 Credits, section A (lecture), 12:30-1:20, GUG 220. 1. Instructors:. Daniel Vogt , Bloedel 258, ( email@example.com ) Darlene Zabowski , Bloedel 204, ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) Guest Lecturers. 2. TA's:. Kim Littke Krissy Mazur .
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section A (lecture),
by Keller & Botkin2008 John Wiley & Sons
Exam 1 (Feb 5) and Exam 2 (Mar 12)NO FINAL EXAM
Options: (choose one)
1) Research project
2) Book Review – environmentally-related topic
3) Service Day – write about your work with an environmental organization
application of all fields of natural science in solving environmental problems.
Laws, ethics, economics, and other
aspects of human behavior will play a key role
in solving environmental problems.
Forests, Grasslands, Parks, & Nature Preserves
Human pollution can still affect pristine areas where few humans live
- Objective and Balanced!!
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