Global environmental change science: education and training

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Springer, 1995 - Nature - 270 pages
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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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