Kurt Fausch, Professor
Description:In this 2-cr seminar, students will select, summarize, and discuss readings aimed at developing an integrated understanding of the geomorphological, hydrological, and ecological principles that govern river hydroecosystem structure and function, as it applies to managing rivers to sustain freshwater and riparian habitat and biota in the face of human demands and climate change. Guest faculty and scientists will be invited to interact with the group in their areas of expertise. Students will be evaluated on a synopsis of literature on a key topic and presentation of it to the class on one week, and their participation in discussions each week.
First Meeting: 8/24/2016
Meeting Times: Wednesday 11 am -12:50 pm
Classroom: Johnson Hall rm 122
Section Number: 1
Enrollment Limit: 16
Background: Students are expected to have an undergraduate background appropriate to gain maximum benefit from the course.
Instructor Contact Info:
Kurt Fausch, Professor email@example.com 491-6457
Previous ECOL 592 course descriptions available on the Past 592 page.