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ENVS-610 Environmental Science I (3) Course Level: Graduate

Environmental Science I (3) This course starts with the history and overarching concepts of environmental science, and continues with a survey of aspects including population and demographics; agriculture and toxic substances; energy sources, energy utilization, and efficiency; water resources and pollution; local and regional air pollution; and ozone depletion and global warming/climate change. Examples are chosen with a current global perspective and an eye to policy debates. Crosslist: ENVS-410. Usually Offered: fall.