Environmental Science 102
Introduction to Environmental Science: Fall 2011

Steve Dutch     Lab Sciences 463      Phone: 465-2246    e-mail: dutchs@uwgb.edu
HOME PAGE:    http://www.uwgb.edu/dutchs


Dates Lecture Topic Reading
Part I Principles  
Sep. 7-9 Basic Concepts Intro, 1-2
Sep. 12-16 Matter and Energy 3-4
Sep. 19-23 Living Systems 5-6
Part II People in the Environment  
Sep. 26-30 Human Population 7
Oct. 3-7 Environmental Health 8
Oct. 10-14 Food 9-10
Oct. 14 Exam I  
Part III Managing Living Systems  
Oct. 17-21 Biodiversity 11-12
Oct. 24-28 Restoring Ecosystems 13
Part IV Physical Resources  
Oct. 31- Nov. 4 Geologic Resources 14
Nov. 7-11 Air and Climate 15, 16
Nov. 14-18, 21 Water 17, 18
Nov. 21 Exam II  
Nov. 24-27 Thanksgiving  
Part V Issues and Policy
Nov. 28-Dec. 2 Energy 19, 20
Dec. 5-9 Sustainability 21, 22
Dec. 12-14 Policy 23-25

Dec. 19, Monday FINAL EXAM 10:30-12:30 in Cofrin Hall 208 (For MWF 10:30 Section)
Dec. 20, Tuesday FINAL EXAM 1:00-3:00 in Cofrin Hall 210 (For TR 3:30 Section)


Midterm I 50 points   A 180+
Midterm II 50 points   AB 170-179
Final 100 points   B 160-169
      BC 150-159
      C 140-149
      CD 130-139
Total 300 points D 120-129

Exams are multiple choice, 1 pt. per question.

TEXT: Cunningham, Environmental Science

General Course Expectations

  • Please, no weapons of mass distraction. No reading papers, chatting, cell phones, pagers, etc.
  • Class ends at 9:15 unless dismissed earlier. Please do not start packing before then.
  • You are responsible for being aware of any changes in class schedule or content.
  • If you elect not to attend lecture, you must make arrangements for finding out about changes.
  • You are responsible for checking your campus e-mail account for messages. Your account can be accessed from anywhere via the campus home page. I will not send messages to private accounts.
  • A credit is defined as three hours of work per week. Count on spending two hours outside of class to assimilate an hour's worth of lecture properly. Cramming just does not work. You're better off getting a good night's sleep before class.
  • You are responsible for reading, learning and remembering the material on this syllabus. You are responsible for keeping all course materials and records until your final grades are in.

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