In-depth examination of workplace environmental health issues. This course provides a rigorous introduction to calculus-based probability and statistical theory, with applications primarily drawn from engineering and the environmental sciences. A qualitative and quantitative introduction to the fundamentals of acquiring, analyzing and utilizing remote sensing data. FallPrerequisite(s): none. Prerequisite: PSE200 Introduction to Papermaking Note: Credit will not be granted for both EWP 494 and EWP 694. Introduction to marine organisms and systems, using the principles of population, community and ecosystem ecology. Note: Credit will not be granted for both FOR 478 and FOR 678. data, self and peer evaluation, listening skills. presentations. This course focuses on the basic theories, concepts, principles and functions of modern management and administration, with an emphasis on the four functions of management: leading, planning, organizing, controlling. Fall. This drawing course introduces the students to materials, techniques and components of drawing, architectural elements and figure drawing. The use of a digitizer in earthwork quantity takeoff is explored. Discussion of specific industrial examples. Fall. Directed toward graduate students in areas involving aquatic sciences and management. Introduction to intermediate-level use and understanding of software for word processing, spreadsheet analysis, and database management. Prerequisites: PSE 200, PSE 370, PSE 465, PSE 462 (or permission of the instructor). Prerequisite: Physics II, Calculus II, ERE 275 Ecological Engineering. Fall. A final report is required. CHEMCAD), etc. Five main topics are covered: 1. construction as well as issues related to using energy more efficiently. Grading will be based on a written report from the student and submitted to the sponsoring faculty member and Occasional local field trips. Instruction on the use of the sliding mcirotome to slice thin sections of wood for light microscopy and for sample surface preparation of wood for scanning electron microscopy. Spring. Fall.Note: Credit will not be granted for both EFB 493 and EFB 693. Field data collection and analysis. Occupational Safety and Health practices in the construction industry. Fall and RMS 587 Renewable Materials for Sustainable Construction (3)Three hours of discussion, lecture and demonstration per week. Course fee. Fall.Pre- or Co-requisites: ERE 340 and ERE 440. timer. Content covers the origin of water on Earth, physical and chemical characteristics of water, global distribution of water, historical development of drinking water supply systems, potable water treatment technology, water resources management strategies, global potable water quality challenges, impact of climate change on water resources, role of water in controlling and determining the quality of human health, and the solar system and exoplanet search for water. PSE 496 Special Topics (1 - 3)Lectures, conferences and discussions. Course provides an introduction to the identification, site requirements, natural and cultural history, community ecology, and landscape value of native and exotic woody and herbaceous plant materials typical of landscape architectural practice. Prior to taking this class, students Hands-on demonstrations, discussions, presentations, lectures, and field trip allow study of major marine habitats (e.g., intertidal, pelagic, coral reefs, deep sea), and the increasing human impact on marine environments. available to ensure campus success. Spring.Prerequisite: APM 391 or equivalent. ERE 488 Engineering Project Management (1)Project management strategies for the engineering profession. EHS 440 Occupational Health and Safety (3)Three 50 minute lectures per week. Will travel on public transportation and stay in low-cost hostels. Learning is reinforced through study, conduct and critique of design exercises related to environmental resources engineering. Note: Credit will not be granted for both ERE 468 and ERE 568. Students produce a short film or slide show with an environmental Integrates scientific and indigenous worldviews and knowledge systems. Applications and testing for service in sustainable construction systems and life-cycle analysis. FOR 540 Watershed Hydrology (3)Three hours of lecture per week. Introduction to technologies for Credit cannot be given for both FCH 431 and FCH 531. BPE 430 Process Operations Laboratory (3)One and half hours of lecture and four and half hours of laboratory per week. LSA 190 Clashing Perspectives in the Built Environment* (3)Three hours of lecture/discussion per week. Graduate students will be expected to further Fall. Development, delivery and evaluation of lecture content, active-learning classroom activity, and laboratory content will introduce students to digital instructional technologies and techniques. ERE 640 Water and Wastewater Treatment (3)Three hours of lecture per week. EFB 120 The Global Environment and the Evolution of Human Society (3)Three hours of lecture per week. from an accredited institution with at least one semester of organic chemistry or permission of instructor. Fall. environmental impacts and energy security, and quantitative methods related to energy CME 444 Materials Marketing (3)Three hours of lecture and discussion per week. Fall, Spring, Maymester or Summer. technical drawings and 3D digital models, to assemble graphics derived from diverse applications and assays, and the isolation and characterization of enzymes. Spring.Prerequisites: EFB 307 and EFB 320, or equivalents. Note: Credit will not be granted for both LSA 451 and LSA 651. ERE 897 Professional Experience (1)Individual and/or small-group professional mentoring/advising with the ERE M.E. September 18, Friday. LSA 798 Research Problem (1 - 12)Special study of assigned problems relating to landscape architecture or planning, with emphasis on critical thinking. for a policy question and justify its use, and quantify the effectiveness of the solution to the policy question in a separate term paper. Prerequisites: EFB 202, EFB 320. Spring, odd years.Prerequisites: Introductory courses in chemistry and biology. They assist the instructor with the teaching and learning experience, assist students with learning course concepts, and mentor students on how to succeed in an undergraduate course. EFB 211 Diversity of Life II (3)Two hours of lecture and 3 hours of laboratory instruction per week. This course provides an introduction to interdisciplinary water management. experiences. Spring Graduate coursework in ecology or economics; doctoral student standing, or permission of instructor. Spring.Prerequisite(s): FTC 202 - Introduction to Surveying, FTC 205 Computer aided Drafting and Design I. FTC 298 Independent Study in Forest Technology (1 - 6)Independent study in forest technology to apply, enhance or supplement forest technology or related natural resource education. Tweets by @WuKaiSha. Requires initial study plan outlining educational goals, plus record of activities and supervisor’s assessment of student’s performance upon completion. CME 454 Construction Project Management (3)Three hours of lecture/discussion and three hours of laboratory per week. class provides the technical background to interpret and apply predictions of future climate changes (as primarily related to hydrology) in different locales and at different Co-requisite: Organic Chemistry I Lecture and Lab. Hands-on construction, operation and/or monitoring of engineered ecosystems through group project activities beyond class meeting times in on-campus labs and a greenhouse. interpretation, management, or administration; or 2) regions or areas of unusual environmental interest. Tutorial conferences, discussions and critiques scheduled as necessary. Fall. Courses. Life cycle assessment (LCA) is a tool used across fields students in environmental and natural resource policy, water resources, international relations, conflict resolution, and related fields. By accessing an ESF, ESL or PTA web site and other online ESF services, such as ESF’s mobile app, users agree that ESF can store and access cookies, IP addresses and use other methods in order to collect … Field methods to obtain data for analysis and modeling. efficiency of energy conversions. Spring.Note: Credit will not be granted for both EST 427 and EST 627. Occasional field trips to illustrate various design solutions. Spring CME 798 RESEARCH IN SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND WOOD SCIENCE (1 - 12)Independent research topics in Sustainable Construction Management and Wood Science. The student will incorporate all of the above while using survey software. on raw material selection, stock preparation, paper machine operations, evaluation of the finished product, and engineering analysis of the stock and paper machine systems. Spring. Impact of engineering parameters and design decisions on operability and economics. Spring. LSA 182 Drawing Studio (3)Six hours of studio and one hour of lecture per week. Fall. SUNY-ESF is the oldest and most distinguished institution in the United States that focuses on the study of the environment. Prerequisite(s): CME 226, Statics and Mechanics of Materials. regional, national and global environmental issues. Identification of woody and nonwoody papermaking fibers. Techniques include spectrometry, chromatography, electrophoresis, amino acid analysis, coupled assays, and the isolation and characterization of enzymes. All professional experiences/internships must have a signed experience/internship agreement on record with the advisor. evaluation, study, and discussion of the physical, optical, and chemical properties of fibers, nonfibrous paper additives, and paper. EFB 307 Principles of Genetics (3)Three hours of lecture and discussion per week. EST 570 Introduction to Personal Environmental Interpretation Methods (3)Two hours of lecture and 2 hours of recitation per week. Non-Western influences on Western culture. SpringPrerequisites: General Chemistry I and II. Fall and Spring. By accessing an ESF, ESL or PTA web site and other online ESF services, such as ESF’s mobile app, users agree that ESF can store and access cookies, IP addresses and use other methods in order to collect … Note: Credit will not be granted for both EFB 305 and EFB 605. BPE 132 Introduction to Process Engineering I (1)One hour lecture per week or three-hour lab/field trip per week. SpringPrerequisite(s): CME 151. Fall. Spring.Pre- or Co-requisite: EWP 290. Fall, with Spring and Summer as needed.Note: Enrollment in the Sustainability Management major, or permission of Sustainability analysis and modeling. LSA 425 Orientation for Off-Campus Design Thesis Studio (3)Three hours of lecture and/or discussion per week. Even years. Students are introduced to works of major historians and to various interpretations of American history.Prerequisite(s): none. Fall, Spring or Summer.Prerequisite: Approval of proposed study plan by advisor, Department, and any sponsoring organization. FOR 475 Recreation Behavior and Management (3)Three hours of lecture per week and a one-day field trip. Measurement and analysis of adsorption, chemical and biological transformations,including batch and/or continuous systems. Students registered for this course will be charged a non-refundable $100 course fee. Learn basic principles of fire ecology, behavior, danger rating and control. Bioprocess Engineering. FCH 511 Atmospheric Chemistry (3)Three hours of lecture/discussion per week. including wilderness. Project delivery systems, integration of estimating, bidding, scheduling and cost control into the management process. Students will identify the purposes and best practices for empowering communities and Fall.Prerequisites: Algebra, derivative and integral calculus. indoor air quality, and human comfort. urban environmental governance and decision-making as well as the practices of urban planners, engineers, and scientists in shaping urban space and processes. A detailed course subject description will be presented as a topic area is identified and developed. Prerequisites: A college-based statistics course or instructor permission. SRE 325 or instructor permission. Through active participation, students learn to produce 2D digital Responsibilities vary by section and Must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5. Topics include review of basic statistical concepts and matrix Fall. Note: Credit will not be granted for both EFB 493 and EFB 693. It also introduces students to a range of landscape contexts ranging from natural areas to urban settings and establishes a foundation for the discussion of the social, historical and ecological themes and issues of each. Country: Slovenia: 13th March : THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. FOR 345 Introduction to Soils (3)Two hours of lecture and three hours of lab per week. Skip to main content. SpringPrerequisites: SRE 325, SRE 335 or consent of instructor, SRE 450 Renewable Energy Capstone Planning (1)One hour group meeting every two weeks. Prerequisites: SRE 325 Energy Systems characterization, biogas monitoring, analysis of anaerobic digestion kinetics, and recovery of ammonia and phosphate in digestate. Spring.Prerequisites: EST 221 or permission of the instructor. Explore the complex array of public and private decisions--and their unintended consequences--on our physical communities. Relevant code requirements are stressed. PSE 305 Professional Co-op (1)A semester of full-time employment approved by the department with an industrial or research partner acquired through on-campus interviews or other means. Spring. EFB 628 Mycorrhizal Ecology (3)Two hours of combined lecture/discussion and three hours of laboratory per week. This course serves as an introduction to the bonding, structure and reactivity of transition metals and main group elements. Spring. Fall.Prerequisites: PSE 370, PSE 361, FCH 150, EST 615 Environmental Justice (3)Three hours of seminar/discussion per week. Impacts of global changes in climate, biodiversity, land-use, and biogeochemical cycles on the structure and function of terrestrial plant communities and ecosystems. Spring.Prerequisites: PSE 370, PSE 371. FOR 530 Studies in Silviculture (3)Three hours of lecture per week, with reading assignments, exams, and projects. Create a final estimate/bid, including the appropriate General Conditions and Markups. Economic and societal aspects will be explored as well as scientific ones. Fluid statics. Relationships between media organizations, technology, content, and audiences frame examination of how nature and environmental issues and problems are engaged by the media and with what consequences. EST 301 Leadership through Mentoring (1)Biweekly meetings with instructors and with first-year student groups. FTC 217 Wildland Firefighting and Ecology (2)Twenty-five hours of lecture and sixteen hours of laboratory and field. Instructor's permission required. Principles of classical thermodynamics applied to engineering practice. Plant-herbivore interactions and anthropogenic global change. Characteristics, distribution, and uses of tree species in North America. Prerequisites: PSE 570, PSE 665, PSE 662 (or permission of the instructor). Prerequisite: EFB 320 General Ecology or equivalent. Introduction to sustainability metrics, including emergy evaluation and life cycle assessment. ERE 693 GIS-Based Modeling (3)Three hours of lecture/discussion per week. ESF 200 Information Literacy (1)One hour of lecture/discussion per week. Senior standing or permission of instructor. Fall and/or Spring. GNE 160 Computing Methods for Engineers and Scientists (3)Two hours lecture and three hours laboratory per week. Spring.Permission of instructor required. Topics include research skills and literature review, data analysis, scientific writing including editing, and oral presentation. EFB 440 Mycology (3)Two hours of lecture and three hours of laboratory per week. ENS 350 Environmental Health Management (3)Principles of communicable disease and contamination control, food protection, vector control, water supply safety, wastewater and solid and hazardous waste renovation, air pollution control, and controlling environmental hazards in special environments. Provides the student with in-depth knowledge of literature and patent search, correct research techniques, research planning, data gathering techniques and reporting. Prerequisites: FCH 150, FCH 151. A term paper describing how the relevant topics of the course fit a specific industry application is required. Spring.Note: Credit will not be granted for both LSA 445 and LSA 645. pursuing nature and related natural adventure contributes to the development of identity, our employment. A written report will be expected. Current and retired business managers are invited to guest lecture and share their experience with the students. Fall, Spring and Summer. Design of original survey research and critical assessment of existing research. 30 Jan 2018. Fall, Newcomb Campus.Prerequisite(s): none. ecological adaptations of mammals for surviving the winter in northern latitudes. Fall. electronic bibliographic and Internet research tools. Students registered for this course will be charged a non-refundable $20 course fee. Note: Credit will not be granted for both BTC 401 and EFB 601. Graded on an "S/U" basis. Welcome and please be advised that ESF uses cookies. Problem analysis and solution; computational techniques. Fall and/or Spring. Prerequisites: PSE 361, PSE 370, PSE 371, BPE 335. Survey of Chemical Principles Laboratory. An integrated field and laboratory course in the identification of fish and recognition of ecological characteristics of major fish species and communities of Adirondack waters. Basic concepts and techniques of estimation, confidence intervals, and hypothesis testing applied to one- and two-sample settings, paired designs, simple linear regression and correlation, contingency tables, and goodness of fit tests. support Environmental Science students in both personal and professional growth. Planning and Prerequisite: Entering MLA status or permission of the instructor. Dates: 26 March 2020 to 29 March 2020. Particular emphasis is given to the projected trends of professional practice and with impact on future roles for the landscape architect. Senior standing in Renewable Materials Science or permission of instructor, RMS 496 Special Topics in Renewable Materials Science (1 - 3)Lectures, readings, problems and discussions. Students learn to recognize and analyze legal issues involving land use in varying contexts. CME 498 Research or Design Problem (1 - 3)Conferences, library, laboratory and/or field research on a specific problem in wood products engineering. Summer, Cranberry Lake Biological Station. Analyzes classical and modern social theories and applies Fall.Prerequisite(s): PSE 371, BPE 335. Diversity, ecology, and impact of parasites of ecological, medical, and veterinary importance. Fall. If you have any questions about the online training course, or issues with accessing the course, please contact the RSC at … Emphasis on identification, life history, control, host-parasite interactions and evolution, population patterns, and parasite communities. Topics include: the economics of energy markets, industry restructuring, and thedevelopment of markets for energy efficiency and renewable power. Welcome to the ESF Educational Services website! Mid-course evaluations workshop Campus Calendar Register For Workshop Friday, October 2, 2020 12:45 pm - 1:40 pm . Spring. Concepts of community, forest dependent communities, shared identity and social structures of resource based groups. SUS 410 Sustainable Urbanism (3)Online The faculty sponsor will generate a performance assessment and record of activities at the end of the apprenticeship. Topics include ecophysiology, disturbance, succession, carbon and nutrient cycling, forest management, invasive species and climate change. Coaching fellow students on experimental procedures and safety requirements. Landscape Ecology focuses on spatial patterning – its development and relevance to ecological processes. Monday. Prerequisite(s): EST 370 or EST 570; junior, senior, or graduate standing. Tutorial conferences, discussions and critiques scheduled as necessary. Introductory survey of American history from colonization through the twentieth century, with attention to natural resources use, allocation, and management. Prerequisite(s): Microeconomics (e.g., FOR207 Introduction to Economics or equivalent); Precalculus or Calculus (or equivalent); Principles of Accounting or Finance (pre- or co-requisite; or equivalent); or permission of instructor. FOR 330 Studies in Silviculture (3)Three hours of lecture per week, with reading assignments, exams, and projects. Characteristics of biomass sources, their conversion to different forms of energy and end products, and an assessment of source sustainability. Introduces environmental policy, including the policy making process. The historic and cultural origins and evolution of this complex, multifaceted social phenomenon called the environmental movement and its influence on public policies, values and lifestyles. CME 387 Renewable Materials for Sustainable Construction (3)Three hours of discussion, lecture and demonstration per week. evaluation of the finished product, and the collection and analysis of Oxidation of sulfur oxides and nitrogen oxides. Fall and Spring. Fall, Spring, and Summer. Composition of a technical report related to management major. Atmospheric composition, mass and structure; solar radiation and the global energy budget; atmospheric moisture budget, cloud and precipitation; photolysis, gas-phase oxidation, aqueous chemistry, and gas-to-particle conversion; physical and chemical mechanisms driving environment How to define and properly identify company organizational structures. CME 643 Estimating for Construction in a Green Global Economy (3)Three hours of lecture per week. Spring.Required in the Master of Forestry degree program. Note: Credit will not be granted for both ERE 365 and ERE 565. Students learn to design minor storm drain facilities in relation to the subdivisions. A writing-intensive literature course designed to develop reading, writing, and critical thinking skills. achetez ce cours. supervised, college-level teaching of the type they can expect to perform in graduate school. BPE 330 Unit Operations Laboratory (3)One and a half hours of lecture and four and a half hours of laboratory per week. PSE 132 Introduction to Process Engineering I (1)One hour lecture per week or three-hour lab/field trip per week. Introduction to sexual (seed) and asexual (cuttings, budding, grafting, layering, tissue culture, etc.) EHS 250 Foundations of Environmental Health (2)One hour of lecture/discussion per week. Sécurisez-vous et skiez en terrain vierge. SpringPrerequisite: Organic Chemistry I Lecture and Lab plus either Organic Chemistry II Lecture and Presents ecological planning and development concepts and theory guiding local and global initiatives for sustainable development. The format includes readings, discussion, oral presentations, papers and a three-day field trip. Fall or Spring.Prerequisite: LSA 640 or permission of instructor. Fall.Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. EFB 504 Plant-Herbivore Interactions (3)Three hours of lecture/discussion per week. CME 327 Site Investigations and Solutions (3)Three hours of lecture/discussion per week. Graded on an “S/U” basis. Students are taught the principles of gene structure and regulation, gene cloning, transformation of plant species, and current applications. Students registered for this course will be charged a non-refundable $60 course fee. LSA 461 Off-Campus Final Presentation Seminar (1)One hour of seminar per week. An introduction to fluid mechanics within the context of civil and environmental engineering. Topics include ecophysiology, disturbance, succession, carbon and nutrient cycling, forest management, invasive species and climate change. BTC 496 Topics in Biotechnology (1 - 3)Experimental, interdisciplinary, or special topic coursework in biotechnology for undergraduate students. Our atmosphere, diffusion modeling, calibration, optimization, accessibility modeling, contemporary natural history museums as places of research and public education. Fall. EFB 437 Plant Propagation (3)Two hours of discussion and two hours of laboratory each week. Field trips. Results are FCH 132 Orientation Seminar: Chemistry (1)One hour of lecture and discussion per week. Note: Credit will not be granted for both PSE 370 and PSE 570. Spring.Prerequisite: Introductory course in soil science. ESF students will be enrolled to their ESF course by August 1. Spring.Note: Credit will not be granted for both BPE 335 and BPE 535. EFB 502 Ecology and Management of Invasive Species (3)Three hours of discussion/lecture per week. Offered in fall and spring.Credits will not be granted for APM 115 after successful completion of any Calculus course such as Fall. EST 798 Problems in Environmental Studies (1 - 3)One to three hours of supervised individual activity per week. Course meets the SUNY general education requirement for mathematics. The types of contracts used in the construction industry. Fall. PSE 561 Engineering Thermodynamics (3)Three hours of lecture per week. Fall, Spring, Maymester or Summer. EST 471 Non-Personal Environmental Interpretation Methods (3)Three hours of lecture per week. Calendar: 148 Baker Lab. Prerequisites: EST 652/ECS 650/BUA 650 and ECS 651/BUA 651. Global change impacts are examined across a wide range of spatial and temporal scales, from ecophysiological processes occurring at the scale of a leaf, to global patterns of primary productivity and biodiversity. of topics in money and banking, globalization and economic development. Management program advisor is required. Corequisite: SRE 422, SRE 454 Renewable Energy Finance and Analysis (3)Three hours of lecture/discussion per week concerning renewable energy finance and analysis. Spring. Fall, Spring and Summer. MCR 683 Operation of the Transmission Electron Microscope (3)Two hours of lecture/ 3 hours of demonstration/laboratory per week. Studio time devoted to demonstrations, exercises and projects. Submit an interpretive article for publication, read and hold online discussions of research on nhon-personal interpretation, and evaluate local interpretive media. EFB 497 Seminar (1)One hour of presentations and discussion per week. Note: Credit will not be granted for both ERE 445 and ERE 645. Fall. Note: Credit will not be granted for both FOR 476 and FOR 676. Co-requisite: BPE 420. Note: Enrollment in the Sustainability Management major, or permission of Sustainability Spring.Prerequisites: PSE 200, PSE 223 or FCH 223. Exploration Completion of an independent project is required. Sequential Note: Credit will not be granted for both ERE 311 and ERE 511. *This course description was added to the on-line catalog on October 21, 2009. Directed primarily toward students majoring in wildlife science, conservation biology, and forest resources management. Note- Credits will not be granted for SRE 335 and 535 (both undergraduate and graduate versions of the same course), SRE 337 Energy Resource Assessment (4)Three hours of lecture per week. Intended for seniors and graduate students pursuing interests in entomology, fisheries and wildlife, forestry, limnology and general ecology. 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