New for Spring 2018
ES 341/EB 341/GE 341
Instructor: Dr. Marcia K. Schulmeisterwith contributions from Dr. James S. Aber (Professor Emeritus)
Emporia State University, Kansas, U.S.A.
Welcome to Wetland Environments: An interdisciplinary overview of physical, biological and cultural aspects of wetlands. Definitions, classifications, origins, and natural processes of wetland environments. Wetlands in boreal, temperate, and tropical climatic settings. Human impact and management of wetland resources. . This course may be taken for either Earth Science or Chemistry credit.
The course is taught via the internet using ESU's Canvas learning management system, and is currently available to students enrolled in on-campus programs at ESU. On-campus students should use the BUZZ IN method to enroll in the course, following traditional on-campus enrollment procedures in ES 341, GE 341,or EB 341. To receive university credit for the course students must be officially enrolled. Enrolled students will receive instructions for accessing course materials on the first day of class from the instructor.