Global environmental change science: education and training
Springer, 1995 - Nature - 270 pages
This is the first attempt to promote good practice in global change science at schools and universities. Thirty chapters written by practitioners from eleven countries outline present trends, dealing with successful innovations and problems associated with interdisciplinary courses. They are arranged in three principal sections: one setting the scene, the second describing various courses and the third advancing specific teaching strategies and ideas.
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Education and Global Environmental Change
Evolutionary Organizational Models for Interdisciplinary
Education and Training of Global Environmental Change Scientists
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29 Global Environmental academic activities air pollution analysis Arctic areas aspects atmosphere Berlin Heidelberg 1995 BILKO biogeochemical cycles biology carbon catalytic convertors Center Change in Science climate change course curriculum David Waddington departments disciplinary disciplines discussion Earth Sciences Earth System Science ecological economic ecosystems Edited by David Education and Training environment environmental chemistry environmental education environmental issues environmental problems environmental science environmental studies environmental systems example experience faculty geochemistry geology global change education global change issues global change science Global Environmental Change global warming greenhouse effect human impact important institutions integrated interactions interdisciplinary Lake Baikal lectures lessons major module multidisciplinary natural ocean options ozone participants physical processes Project COPE remote sensing role scientific scientists seminars Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg structure teachers teaching topics Training Edited undergraduate understanding UNESCO units University University of York workshop