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Environmental Studies Spring 2017

ENV 1 - INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
Units: 3
An overview of human activities and impacts on the global ecosystem. Examines population growth, energy use, agricultural techniques, water quantity and quality, biodiversity, air quality, and waste disposal, and searches for solutions while exploring future options.
eventFull term: 1/17/2017 to 5/25/2017

M W

11:00AM - 12:15

None

location_onVIL 27-1

personM. BARROWS

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T Th

9:30AM - 10:45

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location_onVIL 27-1

personM. BARROWS

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T Th

12:30PM - 1:45

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location_onVIL 27-1

personE. MILLER

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ONLINE

 

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ONLINE

personJ. WEST

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descriptionThis class is available as an Internet Class. Instruction will be offered via the Internet. Is an online class right for you? Please take this quiz: http://www.saddleback.edu/de/DEquiz.html See class tips for online education at http://www.saddleback.edu/oe/online-class-tips, and course access instructions at http://www.saddleback.edu/de/student-technical-support/.
eventSecond eight weeks: 3/27/2017 to 5/21/2017

M W

2:00PM - 4:50

3
Instructor Permission Required

location_onVIL 27-1

personM. YURKO

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ENV 6 - SCARCITY AND ENVIRONMENT
Units: 3
Economic methods and tools to analyze basic environmental issues. Core issues and analysis tools include climate change, energy policy, natural resource management, market based solutions, social costs, regulatory instruments, valuation techniques, and ethical considerations in decision making.
eventFull term: 1/17/2017 to 5/25/2017

M W

9:30AM - 10:45

None

location_onVIL 27-1

personJ. RICHARDS

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ENV 18 - INTRODUCTION TO ECOLOGY
Units: 4Material Fee: $4Field Trip Fee: $5
Examines the relationships among organisms (including humans) and their environment, with an emphasis upon understanding the causal mechanisms underlying each phenomenon. Learning activities will include formal laboratory investigations, examination of live animals and plants, field research and field trips to surrounding areas.
eventFull term: 1/17/2017 to 5/25/2017
10215
Lec
Lab

M W
M

9:30AM - 10:50
11:00AM - 1:50

None

location_onVIL 31-1

personM. BARROWS
personJ. RICHARDS

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descriptionTwo, 2-hour mandatory fieldtrips are required. Dates TBD. There is a $5 field trip fee.
10570
Lec
Lab

M W
W

5:00PM - 6:20
6:30PM - 9:20

None

location_onVIL 31-1

personJ. WEST

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descriptionTwo, 2-hour mandatory fieldtrips are required. Dates TBD. There is a $5 field trip fee.
10345
Lec
Lab

T Th
T

9:30AM - 10:50
11:00AM - 1:50

None

location_onVIL 31-1

personJ. RICHARDS

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descriptionTwo, 2-hour mandatory fieldtrips are required. Dates TBD. There is a $5 field trip fee.
10275
Lec
Lab

T Th
Th

11:00AM - 12:20
12:30PM - 3:20

None

location_onVIL 27-1
location_onVIL 31-1

personM. BARROWS
personJ. RICHARDS

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descriptionTwo, 2-hour mandatory fieldtrips are required. Dates TBD. There is a $5 field trip fee.

ENV 23 - ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY
Units: 4
Environmental Geology is the study of the nature and dynamics of the interactions between and impacts of humans with the environment in a geologic context. This course emphasizes the Earth system and connections between the geosphere, the hydrosphere, the biosphere and the atmosphere. Field trips may be required.
eventFull term: 1/17/2017 to 5/25/2017
20225D
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Lab

T
Th

11:00AM - 1:50

None

location_onSCI 124

personJ. CONRAD

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ENV 24 - NATURAL HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA
Units: 4Field Trip Fee: $14
Acquaints the student with the basic physical and biological aspects of the coastal, valley, mountain, and desert environments of California. Field trips are required to fulfill the objectives of the course.
eventFull term: 1/17/2017 to 5/25/2017

F

3:00PM - 6:50

None

location_onVIL 31-1

personD. ZEMBAL

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descriptionENV 24 requires four, 8 hour field trips: 2/11, 3/4, 4/1, 4/29. There is a $14 field trip fee.

ENV 106 - NATURAL RESOURCE CONSERVATION
Units: 3
A comprehensive overview of natural resources and conservation issues. Topics discussed include the history of conservation, including national parks and wildlife conservation, human history in relation to natural resource utilizations, and contemporary natural resource use. Contemporary conservation solutions will be investigated. Field trips are required.
eventFull term: 1/17/2017 to 5/25/2017

T

2:00PM - 4:35

None

location_onVIL 31-1

personM. BARROWS

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ENV 141 - WATER RESOURCES AND MANAGEMENT
Units: 4
The historical, geographical, legal, and economic bases for the distribution and allocation of water, stressing California and the arid West; the environmental impact of water use; past and current issues and controversies in water distribution and redistribution. Preparation for AWWA Grade 1 and 2 Water Use Efficiency Practitioner exams.
eventFull term: 1/17/2017 to 5/25/2017

M W

2:00PM - 3:50

None

location_onVIL 31-1

personM. BARROWS

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ENV 200 - VOLUNTEER NATURALIST TRAINING
Units: 2
Learn to lead nature tours at a variety of Orange County wilderness areas managed by several agencies. No science background necessary.
eventSecond eight weeks: 3/27/2017 to 5/21/2017

Th

7:00PM - 9:50

2

location_onVIL 31-1

personP. BRYANT

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descriptionTkt #10685 requires six, 3-hour scheduled fieldtrips. Two additional required, but self-scheduled, fieldtrips may be completed at any time after the third week of class. Dates TBD.