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Summer Term 2022
Dec 06, 2023
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Study of the history, politics and institutions related to water policy and administration with comparative reference to different regions of the United States and internationally. Attention is given to the industrial development of the East and the created water resources of the arid West as a way to understand changing social sentiments toward water and water policy. The course also examines water pollution laws and water management. Prerequisites: ENVS 100; ECON 201 or ENVS 200 or SCI 202; junior standing or instructor approval.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Undergraduate, Post B.A. (Second), Post BA, Graduate Level, Graduate Degree Seeking
Schedule Types: Lecture

Economics, History, & Poli Sci Division
Environmental Studies Department

Course Attributes:
Upper Division - 300-499

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