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College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences

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Course GEO 424. INTERNATIONAL WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (3).

An investigation of the various approaches to water resources geography at the international level. Explores the interaction between water science and policy through issues of current "hydropolitics" and water resources development. Topics include water quality, dams and development, conflict and cooperation, climate change, and water institutions. Offered separately as GEO 424 and GEO 524. PREREQS: 9 credits of upper-division geography and any course dealing with the hydrologic cycle.

For more information, contact: MELINDA JENSEN, 104 WLKN, 541-737-1238

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TermCRNSecCrP/NInstructorDay/Time/DateLocationCampus FYE TypeStatusCapCurrAvailWL CapWL CurrWL AvailSection TitleSection DescriptionFeesRestrictionsComments
W15379740013 Jarvis, W. MW 1600-1720
1/5/15-3/13/15
WLKN 207 Corv LectureOpen 35 16 19 0 0 0 Prereqs: 9 credits of upper-division geography and any course dealing with the hydrologic cycle.

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