About the Book
A lab manual for a college-level introductory course in Environmental Science that incorporates policy evaluation and cost analysis. All data are either generated by the students or collected by the students from outside sources (such as government and NGO websites). To facilitate balance, the manual is organized into three sections that are summarized in the title; the natural environment, the man-made environment, and strategies for maintaining a more viable relationship between these two components.
PLEASE NOTE THAT AN EBOOK VERSION IS INCLUDED WITH THE PRINTED VERSION.
About the Author
Antonio Chaves graduated from the University of Maryland in 1982 with a B.S. in fish and wildlife. After serving two years in the Peace Corps, he stayed in Ecuador to work in the shrimp-farming industry. Eventually, he made his way back to college and earned a Ph.D. in zoology at Texas A&M University in 1999. Dr. Chaves currently teaches biology, chemistry, and environmental science in the Washington D.C. area, and uses his spare time to write articles on science and education policy.
Ecology, Development, & Sustainability
Antonio R. Chaves
Publisher: Bootstrap Press
Coil Bound + CD-ROM (ebook)
8.5" x 11"