- Welcome Back from Thanksgiving!
- Lecture on Environmental Economics and ESS Winter Quarter (Ralph Murphy, Gerardo Chin-Leo and Judy Cushing)
- Questions about Term Project: Interview Transcriptions, Analyses, and Panel Presentations
- Seminar on Goble & Hirt Ch. 21, 23 & Epilogue (we moved Worster Part 6 to Week 10)
- Washington State Climate Impacts (Jeremy Littell, Climate Impacts Group, Univ. WA)
- Term Project – The Six Olympias by Carri; Work Session for Panel Presentations
Reading (due Tuesday): Goble & Hirt - Ch. 21, 23, Epilogue
Assignments Due Tuesday in class :
- Seminar preparation, answer the Three Questions (1-5 sentences each, one page max) and bring hard copy.
- Transcription and Preliminary Analysis of your Interview. Upload to Moodle.
- 15-item survey as completed by your interviewee (in envelope, to Judy/Carri). Put your name on the envelope.
Assignments Due Thursday in class:
- Final 3 Question Take Home Exam Due (posted under docs). 500 words max per question! Bring a hard copy to class, and give to your seminar faculty.
- Bring blank (unedited, unmarked up) transcript of your interview to use during the work session for panel presentations.
MES Thesis Presentations (all in Seminar II, A1105)
- Mon Nov 28, 4:30-5:30pm, Mercy Kariuki-McGee: A BOTTOM-UP APPROACH IN CLIMATE CHANGE RESPONSE IN KENYA: ASSESSING THE BENEFITS OF COMMUNITY-BASED PROJECTS IN KIRIKOINI VILLAGE, KANDARA DIVISION. Reader, Larry Geri
- Wed Nov 30, 4:30-4:50pm, Don Loft. Reader, Judy Cushing
- Thu Dec 1, 4:30-5:30pm, Kiri Kreamer. Reader, Erik Thuesen
- Thu Dec 1, 5:30-5:50pm, Autumn Pickett: Simplifying benthic macroinvertebrate collection and analysis using multivariate statistics. Reader, Carri LeRoy
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