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Dr. Ghedotti's Dogs
Course Goals (Bulletin Description):
student knowledge of the ecology of freshwater and marine systems,
emphasizing aquatic conservation and use of aquatic resources.
Identifies aquatic resource use issues, then invites students to apply a
range of perspectives to develop an integrative position regarding
aquatic resource issues.
Students should be able to…
- define the major
terms used in aquatic and fisheries ecology,
- explain the major
organizing concepts used in aquatic and fisheries ecology,
- explain basic
economic considerations and government regulatory structure
associated with aquatic resource use,
- identify points of
conflict among different individual and disciplinary perspectives
regarding aquatic resource use issues,
- apply scientific,
economic, political, and social knowledge about aquatic resource
issues, to develop a coherent and integrative position regarding an
aquatic resource issue, and
environmental and social justice concerns in a range of aquatic
Time and Place:
Monday, Wednesday, &
Friday 11:30-12:20am, SCI 204
Dr. Michael Ghedotti
225 Pomponio Science, Phone: (303) 458-4091
10:30am-11:25am Monday, Wednesday, and
by appointment at some
other time when your instructor is available.
I check my e-mail frequently (at least every day) and my voice mail less
frequently (once a week).
REQUIRED COURSE MATERIALS:
Dobson, M. and C. Frid.
2009. Ecology of Aquatic Systems. Oxford U. Press.
Greenberg, P. 2010.
Four Fish, The Future of the Last Wild Food. The Penguin Press.
Halverson, A. 2010.
An Entirely Synthetic Fish, How Rainbow Trout Beguiled America and
Overran the World. Yale U. Press.
Simbiotic Software. Limiting
Nutrients and Go Fish. CD and Workbooks.
Textbooks may be purchased at the Regis
University Bookstore in the Regis Student Center.
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