GGP 340 Environmental Planning
F1J 2009 PV
MS Environmental Engineering/ToxicologyBS Civil EngineeringBS Mechanical Engineering Technology
5:30 - 9:50 PM
Textbook: Environmental Land Use Planning and Management 653 p.p. Randolph, John; 2004, Island Press
Textbooks can be purchased through the Parkville Bookstore
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Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
Late Submission of Course Materials: Late submissions of homework, class projects or the Core Assessment is not acceptable, unless agreed upon in adavance with the Instructor
Classroom Rules of Conduct:
It is expected that students will have a professional demeanor during all class sessions. Open discussions are highly encouraged and considered very favorable.
Course: GGP 340 Environmental Planning and Land Management I
Semester: FALL I 2009
Instructor: Bruce Bowers
Intro to Env Planning; Land Use Planning
Collaboration/Public Participation; Land Conservation
Principles of Sustainable Design; Smart Growth
Sensitive Lands Development; Natural Hazard Mitigation
Natural Hazard Mitigation (cont’d); Watershed Management
Watershed Management (cont’d)
Geospatial Data /GIS
Land Use: Soils/Topography; Land Use: Runoff Considerations
Land Use: Storm Water Management
Land Use: Groundwater
Land Use: Groundwater (cont’d)
Land Use: Wetlands
Land Use: Wildlife Management
Land Use Suitability
Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs)
The topics listed herein are the major substantive topics for a first course in Environmental Planning. The number of lecture sessions spent on each topic will vary.
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