|Environmental Management Program|
|University of Maryland University College||Course Descriptions||Course#||Syllabus||Notes & Presentations|
|Lecturer/Instructor||Global Environmental Change||GNSC361||Online Lecture||Presentations & Schedule|
GNSC 361 Global Environmental Change (6). (Also listed as BEHS 361 and HUMN 360. Yields 3 natural science credits and either 3 social science credits or 3 humanities credits. Fulfills the historical and international perspective requirements. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BEHS 361, GNSC 361, or HUMN 360.
An in-depth examination of environmental changes that many believe are caused by human adaptations to the Earth’s natural resources, and the possible effects on both the global biosphere and the human condition. Scientific and social issues are explored through various questions: Is global warming really happening? Will sea levels rise as predicted by some? What are the consequences of massive deforestation? What can be done when there is so much scientific uncertainty and global social diversity? The concept of sustainability, as it applies to human interactions with the environment, is emphasized.
|Assistant Professor||Environmental Science & Technology Program|
|Course Descriptions||Course#||Syllabus||Notes & Presentations|
|Lecturer/Instructor||Environmental Science||ENV1300||Lab & Lecture||Presentations & Schedule|
|Environmental Law||ENV 1400||Lecture||Notes & Schedule|
|Environmental Soils||ENV 1600||Lab & Lecture||Notes|
|Environmental Monitoring||ENV 1800||Lecture||Notes|
|Botany||BIO1010||Lab & Lecture||Presentations
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Former Environmental Education Activites
- Oglebay Institute of West Virginia
- Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania
- Oceanwatch Education Commitee
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