Coastal Zone Management //

Course Overview

This course presents a survey of the coastal environment, its physical characteristics, natural systems, economic uses and development pressures. Lectures examine strategies formulated in the US for land and water resource management in the coastal zone. The roles of federal, state and local government, environmental groups and resource users are also explored. Finally, by comparing coastal zone management problems in the US to those elsewhere in the world, students gain a global perspective. No prerequisites. Offered Spring Semester, annually.

Schedule

  • Tuesdays & Thursdays | 9am – 11pm

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