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EENV-313 The Susquehanna River

This course will examine the Susquehanna River drainage basin from multiple perspectives including its geologic history, ecologic relationships and influences throughout the basin, the historical colonization and use of resources within the basin, and our recent response to the environmental issues that currently plague the system. Through a multidisciplinary approach, we will begin to better understand this complex environment and its future outcome. Prerequisites: sophomore standing, EENV-101, EENV-113 (same as ECOL-113). 4 SH. 3 lecture hours, 3 laboratory/field hours. CC: Ethics Intensive, Interdisciplinary.