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Environmental Decision Making
Sample reading list:
Data sets on E-Reserve,
Problem set data on special class web site,
See instructor for complete list
Course readings are drawn from scientific articles, web-based data sets, Congressional hearing records, government reports and media accounts. Weekly class exercises, a written proposal for an environmentally-sustainable economic development project, a one day field trip, an oral presentation, and a final exam.
Final Exam - 30%
Papers - 30%
Oral Presentation(s) - 10%
Problem set(s) - 30%
You will be required to make and support specific conclusions and recommendations. Your actions will be compared against those of the actual decision-makers and the accuracy of your predictions will be evaluated against environmental, economic, and political outcomes. Field trip will be on coastal development and the impacts of climate change.
Sophomores Only 7
Juniors Only 10
Seniors Only 3
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