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Math & Science Center - W507
The course will be divided into three parts. The first section will explore existing theories, concepts and methods of environmental management. The middle section will review case histories of various managed ecosystems. The final section of the course will allow students to assess a resource issue. May be used to fulfill an Upper Level Elective requirement for ENVS majors. For Spring 2011 only, may be used to fulfill the Intermediate Conservation/Ecology requirement for ENVS majors.
Required Textbooks, Articles, and Resources
- 2009. Principles of Ecosystem Stewardship; Resilience-Based Natural Resource Management in a Changing World. ISBN: 978-0387730325.
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