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|Pedagogical Use Description||The module utilizes four to six weeks (10 class sessions) of the course.
Introduction to the topic leading up to the modules was six class sessions of which two were devoted to the concept of socio-environmental synthesis, two
sessions served as an introduction to economic tools and concepts, and two
sessions were an introduction to ecology.
|Keywords||aquatic ecology, estuaries, ecological economics, environmental justice, eutrophication, nitrogen cycle, nutrient loading, watershed, sustainability, waste management|
|Life science discipline (subject)|
|Primary Author Controlled Name|
|Primary Author Affiliation||1Department of Science, Technology and Mathematics, Gallaudet University|
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|Secondary Author Name(s)||Khadijat Rashid|
|Secondary Author Affiliation(s)||Department of Business, Gallaudet University|
|Rights||TIEE, Volume 12 © 2017 - Caroline M. Solomon, Khadijat Rashid, and the Ecological Society of America - Copyright Statement
Teaching Issues and Experiments in Ecology (TIEE) is a project of the Committee on Diversity and Education of the Ecological Society of America.
This page was originally published on 3 March 2017 and was last revised 3 April 2017.
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|Date Of Record Submission||2017-11-27|
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