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ENVRES 220: The Social Ocean: Human Dimensions of Coastal and Marine Ecosystems

This interdisciplinary seminar examines human dimensions of current ocean issues through a series of readings, discussions, and guest lecturer presentations. Through the lenses offered by multiple disciplines and fields, we will examine and reinterpret the challenges of fisheries management, climate change, conservation/restoration, and human rights. We will welcome specialists in industry, academia, law, and the nonprofit sector to discuss theories of change for ocean issues, with a particular emphasis on marine justice. We invite students to create and share their own ¿Social Ocean Project¿ synthesizing course themes and personal reflections.
Terms: Win | Units: 1-2 | Repeatable 5 times (up to 5 units total)

ENVRES 225: E-IPER Current Topics Seminar

For E-IPER Ph.D and Joint M.S. students only. Weekly presentations of E-IPER students' research and other program-related projects. Occasional guest speakers. Individual or team presentation, active participation, and regular attendance required for credit. May be taken for credit a maximum of two times. Enrollment by department consent only. Contact instructor for permission to enroll.
Terms: Aut, Win, Spr | Units: 1 | Repeatable 2 times (up to 2 units total)

ENVRES 231: Qualitative Interviewing (EDUC 450C)

Addressing the theoretical underpinnings of qualitative interviews as well as the application of theory to practice, this course considers different approaches to interviewing. Interview types covered will range from group interviews to individual interviews, and from unstructured, ethnographically oriented interviews to highly structured interviews. Working with community partners to facilitate application to practice, the students will move from theory to interview design, implementation, and initial stages of analysis, with an emphasis on consistency in approach and utility in graduate-level research.
Terms: Win | Units: 3 | Repeatable 2 times (up to 6 units total)
Instructors: ; Ardoin, N. (PI)

ENVRES 250: Environmental Governance (EARTHSYS 254)

How do we work together to solve environmental problems? Across the globe, who has a voice, and who ultimately decides how to balance conservation and development? How do we build governance institutions that facilitate both environmental sustainability and social equity? This seminar on environmental governance will focus on the challenges and opportunities for managing common-pool resources, like fisheries, forests, and water. Because managing environmental resources is often about managing people, we will explore the motivations underlying human behavior towards the environment. We will discuss how institutions encode our cultural values and beliefs, and how we can reshape these institutions to achieve more sustainable outcomes. Coursework includes foundational readings and a pragmatic exploration of case studies. Teaching cases address topics in community-based conservation, international protected areas, market-based approaches, coping with environmental risk, and other themes. Interested undergraduate and graduate students from any discipline are welcome.
Terms: Win | Units: 3
Instructors: ; Diver, S. (PI)

ENVRES 260: Implementing & Financing a Decarbonized Economy

In the forthcoming decades, the transition to a global low-carbon economy will require tens of trillions of dollars worth of capital investment. Much of that capital investment will directed towards new builds, or retrofits, of major capital projects. This course aims to give students a very practical and detailed introduction to the opportunities and challenges of developing and financing such major capital projects. Each of the instructors has decades of hands-on experience in developing and financing major capital projects.nnThe process of developing and financing major capital projects is inherently very multidisciplinary--including engineering, business, finance, legal and (often) international relations principles. The course will start at a high level, covering the emissions landscape, policy framework, markets, and main technologies. Then we will dive much deeper into such key tasks as permitting; engineering and resource studies; project pro forma models; successfully negotiating project construction contracts and output sales contracts; arranging the financial terms and legal provisions of bank or bond debt financing; maximizing returns to equity; and monetizing tax and other governmental incentives. Students should be eager to engage in a multi-disciplinary approach both in terms of how to think about the subject matter and in terms of interacting with fellow students who bring a different academic and or work experience than their own.nnClass preparation for the bi-weekly sessions will require watching a pre-recorded lecture, literature review or case reading, and homework assignments designed to reinforce principles learned. A four-part case study encompassing the development of a 500 MW solar project will be used early on in the class to acquaint students with the tools and issues of project development. We plan to reserve the 1.5 hour class sessions for homework review, student case study analysis, reinforcement of technical concepts, and free-form discussion. Finally, we will divide the class into small teams to do final group projects that will be presented during the last few class sessions. The instructors do not require prior coursework in finance; and we will provide basic background materials and additional tutorials, as needed, to bring students up to the technical level required to do the coursework successfully.
Terms: Win | Units: 3

ENVRES 290: Capstone Project Seminar in Environment and Resources

Required for and limited to E-IPER Joint M.S. and Dual M.S. students. Propose, conduct and publicly present final individual or team projects demonstrating the integration of professional (M.B.A., J.D., M.D., M.I.P., or Ph.D.) and M.S. in Environment and Resources degrees. Presentation and submission of final product required.
Terms: Aut, Win | Units: 3

ENVRES 315: Environmental Research Design Seminar

Required core course restricted to first year E-IPER Ph.D. students. Series of faculty presentations and student-led discussions on interdisciplinary research design as exemplars of the research design theories discussed in ENVRES 320. Designing Environmental Research. Topics parallel the ENVRES 320 syllabus. Corequisite: ENVRES 320.
Terms: Win | Units: 1
Instructors: ; Sawe, N. (PI)

ENVRES 320: Designing Environmental Research

Required core course restricted to first year E-IPER Ph.D. students. Research design options for causal inference in environmentally related research. Major philosophies of knowledge and how they relate to research objectives and design choices. Identification of critical elements within a broad range of research designs. Evaluation of the types of research questions for which different designs are suited, emphasizing fit between objectives, design, methods, and argument. Development of individual research design proposals, including description and justification understandable to a non-specialist. Enrollment by permission number only. Contact instructor for enrollment in course.
Terms: Win | Units: 3-4

ENVRES 340: E-IPER PhD Writing Seminar

Required core course restricted to second-year E-IPER PhD students. Actively pursue one or more writing goals relevant to this stage in their graduate studies in a structured setting. Set specific writing goals, create and follow a plan for reaching these goals, and receive substantive feedback on their written products from their peers. Examples of writing products include, but are not limited to, the student's dissertation proposal, E-IPER Fields of Inquiry essay, a literature review, or a grant or fellowship application. By the end of the course, students are expected to have completed or have made substantial progress toward their writing goal.
Terms: Win | Units: 1-2
Instructors: ; Lee, A. (PI)

ENVRES 341: Theoretical Underpinnings of Environmental Behavior: Exploration and reflection

Human behavior is studied in many fields and disciplines at a range of scales, from the micro to the macro, with some focusing on the individual as the core, while others take a more critical approach. Theories and approaches from each can be considered in context with implications for the environment, resources, and sustainability-related issues. Using interdisciplinary frames, students in this doctoral-level seminar will apply various perspectives and lenses to advance their own empirical work through intensive, focused writing sessions. The intention is to provide a supportive structure such that students may advance their own in-progress research and ongoing writing grounded in behavioral science and social-ecological systems theories.
Terms: Aut, Win, Spr | Units: 1-3 | Repeatable 8 times (up to 24 units total)
Instructors: ; Ardoin, N. (PI)

ENVRES 391: Curricular Practical Training

Educational opportunities in research and development labs in industry. Qualified students engage in internship work and integrate that work into their academic program. Students register during the quarter they are employed and complete a research report outlining their work activity, problems investigated, results, and follow-on projects they expect to perform. Course may be repeated for credit.
Terms: Aut, Win, Spr | Units: 1 | Repeatable 3 times (up to 3 units total)

ENVRES 398: Directed Reading in Environment and Resources

Under supervision of an E-IPER affiliated faculty member on a subject of mutual interest. Joint M.S. students must submit an Independent Study Agreement for approval. May be repeat for credit
Terms: Aut, Win, Spr, Sum | Units: 1-10 | Repeatable for credit
Instructors: ; Algee-Hewitt, M. (PI); Ardoin, N. (PI); Arrigo, K. (PI); Asner, G. (PI); Azevedo, I. (PI); Ball, J. (PI); Banerjee, B. (PI); Barnett, W. (PI); Barry, M. (PI); Becker, J. (PI); Bendavid, E. (PI); Benkard, L. (PI); Benson, S. (PI); Billington, S. (PI); Block, B. (PI); Boehm, A. (PI); Brandt, A. (PI); Brown, J. (PI); Burke, M. (PI); Caers, J. (PI); Cain, B. (PI); Caldeira, K. (PI); Caldwell, M. (PI); Casciotti, K. (PI); Chamberlain, P. (PI); Cohen, J. (PI); Comello, S. (PI); Criddle, C. (PI); Crowder, L. (PI); Cullen, M. (PI); Curran, L. (PI); Daily, G. (PI); Davis, J. (PI); De Leo, G. (PI); Diffenbaugh, N. (PI); Dirzo, R. (PI); Dunbar, R. (PI); Durham, W. (PI); Edwards, P. (PI); Ehrlich, A. (PI); Ehrlich, P. (PI); Ernst, W. (PI); Falcon, W. (PI); Fendorf, S. (PI); Ferguson, J. (PI); Field, C. (PI); Fischer, M. (PI); Frank, Z. (PI); Freyberg, D. (PI); Fringer, O. (PI); Fukami, T. (PI); Fukuyama, F. (PI); Gerritsen, M. (PI); Gorelick, S. (PI); Goulder, L. (PI); Granovetter, M. (PI); Hadly, E. (PI); Holmes, S. (PI); Horne, R. (PI); Iancu, D. (PI); Jackson, R. (PI); Jacobson, M. (PI); Jain, R. (PI); Johari, R. (PI); Jones, J. (PI); Karl, T. (PI); Kennedy, D. (PI); Kennedy, J. (PI); Knutson, B. (PI); Kolstad, C. (PI); Koseff, J. (PI); Kovscek, A. (PI); LaBeaud, D. (PI); Lambin, E. (PI); Leape, J. (PI); Lee, H. (PI); Lepech, M. (PI); Levitt, R. (PI); Lobell, D. (PI); Luby, S. (PI); Luthy, R. (PI); Mach, K. (PI); Martinez, J. (PI); Masters, G. (PI); Matson, P. (PI); McAdam, D. (PI); McFarland, D. (PI); McGehee, M. (PI); Meskell, L. (PI); Michalak, A. (PI); Micheli, F. (PI); Miller, D. (PI); Miller, G. (PI); Monismith, S. (PI); Mooney, H. (PI); Mordecai, E. (PI); Nall, C. (PI); Naylor, R. (PI); Ortolano, L. (PI); Palumbi, S. (PI); Peay, K. (PI); Plambeck, E. (PI); Powell, W. (PI); Rafinejad, D. (PI); Rajagopal, R. (PI); Rao, H. (PI); Reichelstein, S. (PI); Reicher, D. (PI); Ritts, B. (PI); Sapolsky, R. (PI); Satz, D. (PI); Sawe, N. (PI); Schoolnik, G. (PI); Schultz, K. (PI); Seetah, K. (PI); Seiger, A. (PI); Shiv, B. (PI); Simonson, I. (PI); Sivas, D. (PI); Soule, S. (PI); Stedman, S. (PI); Suckale, J. (PI); Sweeney, J. (PI); Szeptycki, L. (PI); Tarpeh, W. (PI); Thomas, L. (PI); Thompson, B. (PI); Tuljapurkar, S. (PI); Vitousek, P. (PI); Wara, M. (PI); Weinstein, J. (PI); Weyant, J. (PI); White, R. (PI); Wilcox, M. (PI); Wolfe, M. (PI); Wong-Parodi, G. (PI); Zoback, M. (PI)

ENVRES 399: Directed Research in Environment and Resources

For advanced graduate students. Under supervision of an E-IPER affiliated faculty member. Joint M.S. students must submit an Independent Study Agreement for approval.
Terms: Aut, Win, Spr, Sum | Units: 1-15 | Repeatable for credit
Instructors: ; Algee-Hewitt, M. (PI); Archie, P. (PI); Ardoin, N. (PI); Arrigo, K. (PI); Asner, G. (PI); Azevedo, I. (PI); Ball, J. (PI); Banerjee, B. (PI); Barnett, W. (PI); Barry, M. (PI); Becker, J. (PI); Bendavid, E. (PI); Benson, S. (PI); Billington, S. (PI); Block, B. (PI); Boehm, A. (PI); Bonds, M. (PI); Brandt, A. (PI); Burke, M. (PI); Caers, J. (PI); Caldeira, K. (PI); Caldwell, M. (PI); Casciotti, K. (PI); Chamberlain, P. (PI); Cohen, J. (PI); Criddle, C. (PI); Crowder, L. (PI); Cullen, M. (PI); Cullenward, D. (PI); Curran, L. (PI); Daily, G. (PI); Davis, J. (PI); De Leo, G. (PI); Diffenbaugh, N. (PI); Dirzo, R. (PI); Dunbar, R. (PI); Durham, W. (PI); Ehrlich, A. (PI); Ehrlich, P. (PI); Ernst, W. (PI); Falcon, W. (PI); Fendorf, S. (PI); Ferguson, J. (PI); Field, C. (PI); Fischer, M. (PI); Frank, Z. (PI); Freyberg, D. (PI); Fringer, O. (PI); Fukami, T. (PI); Fukuyama, F. (PI); Gerritsen, M. (PI); Gorelick, S. (PI); Granovetter, M. (PI); Hadly, E. (PI); Holmes, S. (PI); Iancu, D. (PI); Jackson, R. (PI); Jacobson, M. (PI); Jain, R. (PI); Jaramillo, T. (PI); Jones, J. (PI); Karl, T. (PI); Kennedy, D. (PI); Kennedy, J. (PI); Knutson, B. (PI); Kolstad, C. (PI); Koseff, J. (PI); Kovscek, A. (PI); LaBeaud, D. (PI); Lambin, E. (PI); Leape, J. (PI); Lee, H. (PI); Lepech, M. (PI); Levitt, R. (PI); Lobell, D. (PI); Luby, S. (PI); Luthy, R. (PI); Mach, K. (PI); Martinez, J. (PI); Masters, G. (PI); Matson, P. (PI); McAdam, D. (PI); McFarland, D. (PI); McGehee, M. (PI); Meskell, L. (PI); Michalak, A. (PI); Micheli, F. (PI); Miller, D. (PI); Miller, G. (PI); Monismith, S. (PI); Mooney, H. (PI); Mordecai, E. (PI); Nall, C. (PI); Naylor, R. (PI); Ortolano, L. (PI); Palumbi, S. (PI); Peay, K. (PI); Plambeck, E. (PI); Powell, W. (PI); Rafinejad, D. (PI); Rajagopal, R. (PI); Rao, H. (PI); Reichelstein, S. (PI); Reicher, D. (PI); Richards, A. (PI); Sapolsky, R. (PI); Satz, D. (PI); Sawe, N. (PI); Schoolnik, G. (PI); Schultz, K. (PI); Seetah, K. (PI); Seiger, A. (PI); Shiv, B. (PI); Simonson, I. (PI); Sivas, D. (PI); Soule, S. (PI); Stedman, S. (PI); Suckale, J. (PI); Sweeney, J. (PI); Szeptycki, L. (PI); Tarpeh, W. (PI); Thomas, L. (PI); Thompson, B. (PI); Tuljapurkar, S. (PI); Vitousek, P. (PI); Wara, M. (PI); Weinstein, J. (PI); Weyant, J. (PI); White, R. (PI); Wilcox, M. (PI); Wolfe, M. (PI); Wong-Parodi, G. (PI); Zoback, M. (PI)

ENVRES 801: TGR Project

Terms: Aut, Win, Spr, Sum | Units: 0 | Repeatable for credit
Instructors: ; Algee-Hewitt, M. (PI); Ardoin, N. (PI); Arrigo, K. (PI); Asner, G. (PI); Banerjee, B. (PI); Barnett, W. (PI); Barry, M. (PI); Bendavid, E. (PI); Benson, S. (PI); Billington, S. (PI); Block, B. (PI); Boehm, A. (PI); Brandt, A. (PI); Burke, M. (PI); Caers, J. (PI); Caldeira, K. (PI); Caldwell, M. (PI); Casciotti, K. (PI); Chamberlain, P. (PI); Cohen, J. (PI); Criddle, C. (PI); Crowder, L. (PI); Cullen, M. (PI); Curran, L. (PI); Daily, G. (PI); Davis, J. (PI); De Leo, G. (PI); Diffenbaugh, N. (PI); Dirzo, R. (PI); Dunbar, R. (PI); Durham, W. (PI); Ehrlich, P. (PI); Ernst, W. (PI); Falcon, W. (PI); Fendorf, S. (PI); Ferguson, J. (PI); Field, C. (PI); Fischer, M. (PI); Frank, Z. (PI); Freyberg, D. (PI); Fringer, O. (PI); Fukami, T. (PI); Gerritsen, M. (PI); Gorelick, S. (PI); Granovetter, M. (PI); Hadly, E. (PI); Iancu, D. (PI); Jackson, R. (PI); Jacobson, M. (PI); Jones, J. (PI); Karl, T. (PI); Kennedy, D. (PI); Knutson, B. (PI); Kolstad, C. (PI); Koseff, J. (PI); Kovscek, A. (PI); LaBeaud, D. (PI); Lambin, E. (PI); Lee, H. (PI); Lepech, M. (PI); Levitt, R. (PI); Lobell, D. (PI); Luby, S. (PI); Luthy, R. (PI); Martinez, J. (PI); Masters, G. (PI); Matson, P. (PI); McAdam, D. (PI); McFarland, D. (PI); McGehee, M. (PI); Meskell, L. (PI); Michalak, A. (PI); Micheli, F. (PI); Miller, D. (PI); Miller, G. (PI); Monismith, S. (PI); Mooney, H. (PI); Mordecai, E. (PI); Nall, C. (PI); Naylor, R. (PI); Ortolano, L. (PI); Palumbi, S. (PI); Peay, K. (PI); Plambeck, E. (PI); Powell, W. (PI); Rafinejad, D. (PI); Rajagopal, R. (PI); Rao, H. (PI); Reichelstein, S. (PI); Reicher, D. (PI); Sapolsky, R. (PI); Satz, D. (PI); Schoolnik, G. (PI); Schultz, K. (PI); Seetah, K. (PI); Shiv, B. (PI); Simonson, I. (PI); Sivas, D. (PI); Soule, S. (PI); Stedman, S. (PI); Suckale, J. (PI); Sweeney, J. (PI); Thomas, L. (PI); Thompson, B. (PI); Tuljapurkar, S. (PI); Vitousek, P. (PI); Wara, M. (PI); Weinstein, J. (PI); Weyant, J. (PI); White, R. (PI); Wilcox, M. (PI); Wolfe, M. (PI); Zoback, M. (PI)

ENVRES 802: TGR Dissertation

Terms: Aut, Win, Spr, Sum | Units: 0 | Repeatable for credit
Instructors: ; Algee-Hewitt, M. (PI); Ardoin, N. (PI); Arrigo, K. (PI); Asner, G. (PI); Banerjee, B. (PI); Barnett, W. (PI); Barry, M. (PI); Bendavid, E. (PI); Benson, S. (PI); Billington, S. (PI); Block, B. (PI); Boehm, A. (PI); Brandt, A. (PI); Burke, M. (PI); Caers, J. (PI); Caldeira, K. (PI); Caldwell, M. (PI); Casciotti, K. (PI); Chamberlain, P. (PI); Cohen, J. (PI); Criddle, C. (PI); Crowder, L. (PI); Cullen, M. (PI); Curran, L. (PI); Daily, G. (PI); Davis, J. (PI); De Leo, G. (PI); Diffenbaugh, N. (PI); Dirzo, R. (PI); Dunbar, R. (PI); Durham, W. (PI); Ehrlich, P. (PI); Ernst, W. (PI); Falcon, W. (PI); Fendorf, S. (PI); Ferguson, J. (PI); Field, C. (PI); Fischer, M. (PI); Frank, Z. (PI); Freyberg, D. (PI); Fringer, O. (PI); Fukami, T. (PI); Gerritsen, M. (PI); Gorelick, S. (PI); Granovetter, M. (PI); Hadly, E. (PI); Iancu, D. (PI); Jackson, R. (PI); Jacobson, M. (PI); Jones, J. (PI); Karl, T. (PI); Kennedy, D. (PI); Knutson, B. (PI); Kolstad, C. (PI); Koseff, J. (PI); Kovscek, A. (PI); LaBeaud, D. (PI); Lambin, E. (PI); Lee, H. (PI); Lepech, M. (PI); Levitt, R. (PI); Lobell, D. (PI); Luby, S. (PI); Luthy, R. (PI); Martinez, J. (PI); Masters, G. (PI); Matson, P. (PI); McAdam, D. (PI); McFarland, D. (PI); McGehee, M. (PI); Meskell, L. (PI); Michalak, A. (PI); Micheli, F. (PI); Miller, D. (PI); Miller, G. (PI); Monismith, S. (PI); Mooney, H. (PI); Mordecai, E. (PI); Nall, C. (PI); Naylor, R. (PI); Ortolano, L. (PI); Palumbi, S. (PI); Peay, K. (PI); Plambeck, E. (PI); Powell, W. (PI); Rafinejad, D. (PI); Rajagopal, R. (PI); Rao, H. (PI); Reichelstein, S. (PI); Reicher, D. (PI); Robinson, T. (PI); Sapolsky, R. (PI); Satz, D. (PI); Schoolnik, G. (PI); Schultz, K. (PI); Seetah, K. (PI); Shiv, B. (PI); Simonson, I. (PI); Sivas, D. (PI); Soule, S. (PI); Stedman, S. (PI); Suckale, J. (PI); Sweeney, J. (PI); Thomas, L. (PI); Thompson, B. (PI); Tuljapurkar, S. (PI); Vitousek, P. (PI); Wara, M. (PI); Weinstein, J. (PI); Weyant, J. (PI); White, R. (PI); Wilcox, M. (PI); Wolfe, M. (PI); Wong-Parodi, G. (PI); Zoback, M. (PI)
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