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Environmental Studies

Senior Seminars

Fall 2013

ES 303/Chem 304 Advanced Environmental Chemistry. (prerequisite: Chem 225)

Spring 2014

ES 318/ECON 318 Env & Natural Resource Economics. Herrera. (prerequisite: Econ 255 and 257) PROPOSED
ES 375 Feeding the World. Camill. (prerequisite: ES 101 or permission of instructor) CONFIRMED
ES/PHIL 392 Advanced Topics in Env Philosophy. Simon. CONFIRMED


Spring 2013


ES/EOS 302. Earth Climate History. LaVigne. (Prerequisite: ES/EOS 200 or premission of the instructor) 
ES/ Physics 357. Physics of the Environment
. Battle. (Prerequisite: Physics 229, 257 or 300, or permission of the instructor)
ES/Gov 363. Law, Politics and the Search for Justice
. Springer. (Prerequisite: None)
ES 391. Fishing in the Gulf of Maine. Hayden. (Prerequisite: None)
ES 398. The City Since 1960. Pearlman. (Prerequisite: None)

Fall 2012

ES/Chem 306. Advanced Environmental Organic Chemistry. Vasudevan. (Prerequisite: Chem 225)
ES/Econ 318. Environmental & Resource Economics
. Herrera.(Prerequisite: Econ 225 and 257)
ES 320/ Anthro 321. Animal Planet: Human and Other Animals
. Kaplan. (Prerequistes: Anthro 101 or 102 and at least one 200 level Anthro course, or permission of the instructor)
ES/History 337. Nature and Health in America
. Klingle