Geography
 

Global Conservation Designations

Global Conservation Designations
Environmental and social geography of global protective land use designations: National Parks, Wilderness, Conservation areas, etc.
GEOG
306
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesNone
 TaughtWinter
 ProgramsContaining GEOG 306
Course Outcomes: 

LO1

Following this course the student should be able to discuss in-depth the Spatial and Historical nature of federal public lands--where, when, why?

LO2

Following this course the student should be able to discuss in-depth the policies of historical federal public land use and how they interface with modern uses and issues.

LO3

Following this course the student should understand why and how protective designations have blossomed on federal public lands during the past fifty years.

LO4

Following this course the student should understand and be able to discuss a wide variety of interest groups--their issues, institutional efforts, and ideological underpinnings.

LO5

During this course the student should develop an initial set of conflict resolution skills as pertaining to land use conflicts.