Middlebury

INTD1127A-W15

Trees and the Urban Forest

Trees and the Urban Forest
Trees play a very important, if often forgotten, role in our towns and cities, and across the globe. Wildlife habitat, pollution and storm water abatement, carbon sequestration, and energy savings all arise from a healthy and active urban forest. In this class we will study the uses and values of the urban forest, basic tree biology and identification, arboricultural practices, planning and design, and resource management and community involvement. By using computer models to calculate factors in an urban forest setting, including carbon sequestration and pollution abatement, the class will help develop a complete tree planting proposal for an area in the Town of Middlebury (Not open to students who have taken BIOL 1003). This course counts as a cognate for ENVS majors with a focus in the social sciences or humanities.
Course Reference Number (CRN):
11334
Subject Code:
INTD
Course Number:
1127
Section Identifier:
A

Course

INTD 1127

All Sections in Winter 2015

Winter 2015

INTD1127A-W15 Lecture (Parsons Parsons)