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ES118:  Environment and Society
ES212: Introduction to GIS and Remote Sensing
ES233: Environental Policy
ES336:  Endangered Species Policy and Practice
ES493:  Environmental Policy Practicum
Course Projects
State of Maine:  An Environmental Assessment
Atlas of Maine

Course Summary

336:  Endangered Species Policy and Practice. Political, social, economic, and cultural issues in the conservation and management of endangered species. Topics include ecosystem management, laws and institutions, human-wildlife conflict, attitudes and ethics, community-based conservation, and complexity. Case studies and interdisciplinary methods and approaches used to conserve endangered species are introduced. Prerequisite: Environmental Studies 118 or Biology 271

Course Information

Syllabus (pdf)

Course Readings

- From Library electronic reserves

- From Colby fileserver using Windows machine

  • From start menu select RUN...
  • Type: \\fileserver1
  • If prompted, enter your username and password (note: you may need to type @colby.edu after your username, as in "pjnyhus@colby.edu". Click OK.
  • Select the Academics folder
  • Select the ENVS folder
  • Select the appropriate course folder and contents

- From Colby fileserver using Mac OSX click here


- See directions above to access fileserver1


- See directions above to access fileserver1

This course is currently not offered on a regular basis
Philip Nyhus, Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies
Environmental Studies Program, Colby College 5358 Mayflower Hill, Waterville, Maine, 04901 USA
T: 207-859-5358; F: 207-859-5229; Email: pjnyhus@colby.edu
Last Modified: June 10, 2009