Prerequisites: 38:276 or 38:292 or 14:293 and 38:384 or 31/38:374 or permission of Instructor.
Cannot be held with: 38:392.
Resource management and development often involves the need to accommodate strategies for meeting short-time demands for long-term ecological sustainability of poorly understood resources. Human philosophies, attitudes, and values towards the environment and natural resources all play important roles in the development of such strategies. The complex problems these issues create are explored from both a theoretical and case study approach in this seminar format course.
3 lecture hours per week, one term
Transfer Equivalents: Look up 38:492 in the BU Course Transfer Database.