ESPM 3051: Lands and Humans in World Cultures: the Past and the Present

3 CreditsGlobal PerspectivesOnline Available

This course focuses on globally diverse farming and land use practices and associated sustainability issues. By examining diverse land uses issues in different countries in the world, this course seeks to provide global perspective on the US and global land use practices and its sustainability. This course seeks to build interdisciplinary perspectives to better understand the mechanisms and changes in diverse human-nature interactions via land. Class materials will be sourced from multiple disciplines including soil science, ecology, geology, geography, anthropology, and history.

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B+ Average (3.470)Most Common: A (54%)

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