Environmental Change and Challenge: A Canadian Perspective

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Oxford University Press, May 1, 2006 - Environmental management - 554 pages
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Environmental Change and Challenge: A Canadian Perspective, Updated SecondEdition with DVD helps students understand the ongoing change, complexity, andconflict associated with environmental issues. Introducing the basic scientificconcepts relevant to the study of the global environment, this text explains theapplication of science to resource management.The book aids student with an understanding of the biosphere's function, and tolink basic environmental management principles to environmental and resourceproblems in a Canadian context. It provides both a basic background of theissues and a broad platform on which further understanding can be built._ This new updatededition includes a DVD in partnership with ekosTV (a web-based 'televisionstation' that focuses its programming on environmental issues) that includeseight 8-15 minute teachable segments. _

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