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EVS 100 - Intro. to Environmental Science - J. Lamb

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Introduction to Environmental Science



Introduction to Environmental Science - An introduction to the problems of physical resources management and aspects of ecological concern in our natural environment, with emphasis on our demand for energy, the consumption of our natural resources, resource pollution, climate changes, land use planning, and waste management. Alternate sources of energy are explored.

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Due Dates for Assignments


Topic and Date Posted on BB

Book Reading

Due Date


 Introductions, Science, Energy, Ecological Footprint.

Ch1  skim Ch 2

 @ Midnight


Posted 1/27, Population and Tragedy of the Commons  ONE WEEK

Ch 1 & 6

 @ Midnight


Posted 2/3, Soil and Agriculture, Food   Note discussion early due dates

Ch 7

 @ Midnight


Posted 2/17, Water

Ch 12

          @ Midnight


Posted 3/3, Renewable and Nonrenewable Energy

Ch 15 & 16

 @ Midnight

6 (&7)

Posted 3/17, Fossil Fuel Impacts: Climate Change/Air  ONE WEEK but start paper early as unit 7 available and paper due 4/9

Ch 13 & 14

         @ Midnight


 Climate Paper due 4/9

 @ Midnight


Posted 4/7 Sustainable Cities and Land Use   

 Ch 18



 Posted 4/21 Waste

            Ch 17

 @ Midnight


Final Exam  POSTED BY 5/3  DUE WEDNESDAY MAY 10 by Midnight

 @ Midnight

Syllabus - EVS 100 Fall 2022