Human Dimensions/Envrnmtl Sys — FISH F611-UX1
|76546||2019-08-26 to 2019-12-14||Study of human-environment relationships and applications to resource management. Draws on a range of social scientific approaches to the study of environmental systems, including: environmental anthropology, environmental history, historical ecology, political ecology, ethnoecology, property theory, and environmental justice.||Courtney Carothers||3.00||Prerequisites: Graduate standing.|
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