* ENV 340 (STL) Graded A-F, P/D/F, Audit
Environmental Challenges and Sustainable Solutions
Sample reading list:
Crushing, Colbert and D.J. Allen, Streams: Their Ecology and Life
Karr, James and E. W. Chu, Restoring Life in Running Waters
Hampton, Stephanie, Global Warming Affect Worlds Largest Freshwater Lakes
Thomas Mehner, Jürgen Benndorf, Peter Kasprzak and R, Biomanipulation of Lake Ecosystems: Successful Applications
Oberndorfer, E. et al., Green Roofs as Urban Ecosystems: Ecological Structures
Niachou, A. et al., Analysis of the Green Roof Thermal Properties &Investigation
Weekly reading assignments; three major research reports; short quantitative and written lab assignments. Students will work in cooperative learning groups on three major projects, each comprising a third of the course. Laboratories will be field and lab exercises. For each project, students will meet with Campus Planners, consultants, Sustainability staff and Community Leaders (e.g. Princeton Township and Stony-Brook Millstone Watershed Association).
Mid Term Exam - 20%
Other Exam - 20%
Papers - 60%
The class is supported, in part, by the Community-Based Learning Initiative and will have a strong CBLI component.
|43124||L01||11:00 am - 12:20 pm||M W||Frist Campus Center 309||Enrolled:10 Limit:12|
|43123||B01||1:30 pm - 4:20 pm||W||Guyot Hall 174||Enrolled:10 Limit:12|