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Environmental Studies Fall 2013
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: 8/19/2013 to 12/21/2013
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Open Seats: NoneM W10:30AM - 11:45roomBGS 144 personM. BarrowssubjectDetails
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description“This is a large lecture class”
Open Seats: None T Th10:30AM - 11:45roomHS 145 personM. BarrowssubjectDetails
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descriptionThis is a large lecture class.
Open Seats: None W6:00PM - 8:50roomTAS 225 personJ. FerrosubjectDetails
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Open Seats: None Th12:00PM - 2:50roomTAS 220 personJ. WestsubjectDetails
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ENV 18 - INTRODUCTION TO ECOLOGY
Units: 4Material Fee: $6
Course investigates the interaction and relationships of plants and animals with each other and their environment.
eventFull term: 8/19/2013 to 12/21/2013
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Open Seats: NoneM W (Lec)
W (Lab)
9:00AM - 10:20
10:30AM - 1:20
roomTAS 225 personM. Barrows
personJ. Richards
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Open Seats: NoneM W (Lec)
M (Lab)
12:00PM - 1:20
1:30PM - 4:20
roomTAS 220 roomTAS 225 personJ. WestsubjectDetails
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Open Seats: None T Th (Lec)
T (Lab)
9:00AM - 10:20
10:30AM - 1:20
roomBGS 144 roomTAS 225 personM. Barrows
personJ. Richards
subjectDetails
library_booksBooks
descriptionThis is a large lecture class.
Open Seats: None T Th (Lec)
Th (Lab)
9:00AM - 10:20
10:30AM - 1:20
roomBGS 144 roomTAS 225 personM. Barrows
personJ. Richards
subjectDetails
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descriptionThis is a large lecture class.
ENV 19 - MARINE BIOLOGY
Units: 4Material Fee: $25
A study of the description, distribution and natural history of marine organisms. Also listed as BIO 19. Credit given in either area, not both.
eventFull term: 8/19/2013 to 12/21/2013
TICKETSEAT COUNTDAYTIMELOCATIONINSTRUCTORINFO
Open Seats: None T Th
T
11:00AM - 12:20
8:00AM - 10:50
roomSM 246 personB. PassarellisubjectDetails
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ENV 23 - ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY
Units: 4Material Fee: $5
Study of the environmental problems related to earthquakes, volcanism, floods, slides, the shoreline, energy and pollution. Field trips may be required.
eventFull term: 8/19/2013 to 12/21/2013
TICKETSEAT COUNTDAYTIMELOCATIONINSTRUCTORINFO
Open Seats: None T (Lec)
Th (Lab)
6:00PM - 8:50roomSM 130 personP. BorellasubjectDetails
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ENV 24 - NATURAL HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA
Units: 4Material Fee: $14
Learn to identify by sight, sound and/or smell the plants and animals of the region. Field experiences emphasized.
eventFull term: 8/19/2013 to 12/21/2013
TICKETSEAT COUNTDAYTIMELOCATIONINSTRUCTORINFO
Open Seats: None F3:00PM - 6:50roomTAS 225 personD. ZembalsubjectDetails
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descriptionTkt# 12190 requires 4 - 8 hour Saturday fieldtrips: Sept 7, Sept 28, Oct 19 and Nov 16.
ENV 25 - ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS TO HEALTH
Units: 3
A course to help you recognize, understand, and discuss the general principles of water, soil, and air pollution, of chemical and radiation poisoning, of hazardous waste management and environmental change and of other hazards that challenge human health and well-being.
eventFull term: 8/19/2013 to 12/21/2013
TICKETSEAT COUNTDAYTIMELOCATIONINSTRUCTORINFO
Open Seats: NoneM W1:30PM - 2:45roomTAS 220 personM. BarrowssubjectDetails
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ENV 106 - NATURAL RESOURCE CONSERVATION
Units: 3
Provides a comprehensive overview of natural resources and conservation issues. Contemporary solutions to wildlife, park, forest, and physical environment challenges.
eventFull term: 8/19/2013 to 12/21/2013
TICKETSEAT COUNTDAYTIMELOCATIONINSTRUCTORINFO
Open Seats: None T2:00PM - 4:50roomTAS 225 personM. BarrowssubjectDetails
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ENV 203 - CERTIFIED INTERPRETIVE GUIDE TRAINING
Units: 2
Learn skills and techniques necessary to perform effectively in the interpretive profession at a variety of public venues, from parks to museums. Earn the nationally recognized “Certified Interpretive Guide” status from National Association of Interpretation.
eventFirst eight weeks: 8/19/2013 to 10/20/2013
TICKETSEAT COUNTDAYTIMELOCATIONINSTRUCTORINFO
Open Seats: None T6:00PM - 9:50roomTAS 225 personL. Cohen
personK. Brugmann
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