PSCI 319
Marine Policy Spring 2019 Division II; Cross-listed as ENVI351 / PSCI319 / MAST351 Also offered Fall 2018

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This seminar utilizes the interdisciplinary background of the other Williams-Mystic courses to examine national and international contemporary issues in our relationship with our ocean and marine environment. This seminar takes a topical approach to the study of ocean and coastal law and policy, examining climate change, fisheries, coastal zone management, admiralty law, marine biodiversity, ocean and coastal pollution, and ocean governance.
The Class: Type: lecture, discussions, guest lectures by active professionals, and includes coastal and near-shore field trips, and 10 days offshore
Requirements/Evaluation: an independent research paper, a presentation, and a final exam
Extra Info: offered only at Mystic Seaport
Department Notes: satisfies the Environmental Policy requirement for the Environmental studies concentration
Distributions: Division II;
Attributes: ENVI Environmental Policy; EXPE Experiential Education Courses; POEC International Political Economy Courses

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