|45-321 Management of the Biophysical Environment (3-0)|
An examination of resource management, focusing on public and private decision-making processes. Consideration of techniques for evaluating resources, including EIA and risk analysis. Emphasis is on the economic, social and environmental implications of resource development and use. Contemporary Canadian case studies will be presented at appropriate scales.
|Prerequisites: 15 course credits. 45-221 is recommended.|
|1998-99 Undergraduate Calendar|