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Syllabus-Undergraduate-University of Arizona-Bauer

Source: Carl Bauer, University of Arizona

Description: syllabus for GEOG/EVS 304: Water, Environment, and Society, a 300-level undergraduate class at the University of Arizona

Topics explored: This course looks at how different human societies have used and lived with water resources in arid regions, where water scarcity is a dominant factor in economic and social life. We focus especially on Western and Southwestern North America, including both historical and contemporary examples of Euro-American and Native American societies. The course combines geography, history, law, and other social sciences. The goals are to better understand some of today’s critical water policy problems, and more generally the relationship between water and people.

Education Level

• College

• Graduate School

Resource Type

• Curricula, Pacing Guides, Lesson Plans

Subject

• Geology

• Env Science

Topic

• Hydrology

• Environmental Considerations