The coastline represents a highly variable and dynamic region between land and water, with periods of dynamic change from days (tides and storms) to hundreds of thousands of years (global sea level variations). In many parts of the world, mankind's present and/or desired use of these fragile and transitory boundaries often conflicts with how these regions should be managed. Though the use of various case studies, this course will focus on coastline structure, dynamic interaction between ocean and land, sea level rise, as well as past use and newer management practices.
- Winter 2014
- McCardell Bicentennial Hall 216(MBH 216)
- 10:30am-12:30pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday (Jan 6, 2014 to Jan 31, 2014)
- Thomas Manley
- Natural Sciences
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- SCI WTR
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