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Spring Quarter 2024 Time Schedule

SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENT AND FOREST RSRCS
(COLLEGE OF THE ENVIRONMENT )

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Restr   SLN  ID Cred    Meeting Times     Bldg/Rm       Instructor                 Status Enrl/Lim   Grades  Fee Other
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SEFS   504  SOC SCI RES DES MTHD
Restr  19718 A  4       MW     1030-1150  AND  022      Ryan,Clare                 Open     14/  15                      
                        GRADUATE STUDENTS FROM ALL UW                               
PROGRAMS ARE WELCOME TO ENROLL.
THE COURSE WILL FOCUS ON A RANGE
OF QUALITATIVE APPROACHES FOR
COLLECTING, ANALYZING,
INTERPRETING AND REPORTING SOCIAL
DATA (E.G. INTERVIEWS, FOCUS
GROUPS, SURVEYS, FIELD
OBSERVATION, CIVIC/CROWD-
SOURCED SCIENCE AND MONITORING,
PARTICIPATORY AND COMMUNITY
ENGAGED RESEARCH, ETC.). STUDENTS
WITH INTERESTS IN TRADITIONAL
RESEARCH AS WELL AS APPLIED
PROFESSIONAL MANAGEMENT WILL HAVE
OPPORTUNITIES TO PRACTICE
TECHNIQUES, DEVELOP SKILLS AND
MATERIALS, COMMUNICATE TO
INTERDISCIPLINARY AUDIENCES,
AND GAIN A DEEPER UNDERSTANDING
OF ETHICAL AND POLITICAL
CONSIDERATIONS.

SEFS   512  BIOGEO CYCLES SOIL
       19719 A  3       MW     1200-120   WFS  107      Butman,David E.            Open      4/  20                J     
                        THIS COURSE WILL EXPOSE STUDENTS TO                         
ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES TO EVALUATE
PROCESSES WITHIN EARTH'S CRITICAL
ZONE, USE OF STABLE ISOTOPES,
SENSOR DATA AND ECOSYSTEM
BIOGEOCHEMISTRY.

DOMAINS INCLUDE SOILS, VEGETATION,
SURFACE WATER, AND THE ATMOSPHERE.

SEFS   520  GEOG INFO SYSTEMS
Restr  19720 A  5       MW     830-1120   MGH  030      Ronan,Liam                 Open      3/  10                J     
                        SEFS GRADS ONLY PERIOD 1.                                   
OPEN TO ALL OTHER MAJORS
STARTING PERIOD 2

SEFS   533  LIDAR REMOTE SENSING
Restr  19721 A  5       T      1030-1220  MGH  241      Moskal,L. Monika           Open      4/  20                J     
                        Th     1030-1220  MEB  238      Moskal,L. Monika
                        COURSE WILL BE BUILT AROUND A CLASS                         
PROJECT TO MEASURE CHANGE IN FOREST
STRUCTURE FROM LIDAR DATA FOLLOWING
FIRE GIVEN MANAGEMENT HISTORY AND
TOPOGRAPHY; REQUIRES REMOTE SENSING
AND/OR GIS ANALYTIC SKILLS.

SEFS   540  OPTIMIZATION TECH
Restr  19722 A  5       MW     330-450    BLD  292      Toth,Sandor F.             Open      7/  15                      
                        Th     330-450    BLD  261      Toth,Sandor F.

SEFS   550  GRADUATE SEMINAR
Restr  19723 A  2       T      230-420    BLD  292      Graumlich,Lisa J           Open     11/  15                      
                        TOPIC: CLIMATE INTERVENTION:                                
IMPACTS ON BIODIVERSITY AND
ECOSYSTEM FUNCTION. AS THE EARTH
WARMS, THERE IS GROWING INTEREST
IN EXPLORING LARGE-SCALE EFFORTS
TO INTENTIONALLY MANIPULATE
ECOSYSTEMS AND EARTH-SYSTEM
PROCESSES TO REMOVE CARBON
DIOXIDE FROM THE ATMOSPHERE TO
OFFSET ANTHROPOGENIC GREENHOUSE
GAS EMISSIONS. WE WILL EXPLORE A
WIDE RANGE OF LAND-BASED AND
MARINE STRATEGIES THAT HOLD
PROMISE TO SEQUESTER CARBON AT A
MEANINGFUL SCALE. THIS INCLUDES,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, REFORESTATION
AND AFFORESTATION, ECOSYSTEM
RESTORATION, REGENERATIVE
AGRICULTURE, OCEAN FERTILIZATION,
BLUE CARBON SEQUESTRATION, AND
ENHANCED WEATHERING. WE WILL SEEK
TO INCREASE OUR COLLECTIVE
UNDERSTANDING OF THE IMPACTS OF
CARBON DIOXIDE REMOVAL SCHEMES ON
BIODIVERSITY AND ECOSYSTEM SERVICES
& TO CROSSWALK THE SCIENCE WITH
SOCIETAL CONCERNS INCLUDING ETHICS,
GOVERNANCE, AND SUSTAINABLE
LIVELIHOODS.
Restr  19724 B  3       to be arranged    *             Toth,Sandor F.             Open      4/  15                      
                        REQUIRED MFR SEMINAR.                                       
MFR GRADUATE STUDENTS ONLY.
CLASS TIME AND LOCATION
TBD - WILL BE ARRANGED WITH
MFR STUDENTS.
       19725 C  2       T      100-250    AND  022      Harvey,Brian J             Open      9/  15                      
                        FOREST RESILIENCE TO FIRE AND                               
DISTURBANCE INTERACTIONS
IN A WARMING CLIMATE

SEFS   590  GRADUATE STUDIES
Restr  19727 B  3       MTh    130-250    AND  022      McInturff,Alex             Open      7/  20                      
                        SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS:                                  
THEORIES, METHODS, & APPLICATIONS
HOW DO SOCIETY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
INTERACT? ARE THEY DISTINCT,
LINKED, OR A SINGLE SYSTEM?
HOW CAN SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL
CONNECTIONS IMPROVE RESEARCH AND
MANAGEMENT? WE WILL EXPLORE
QUESTIONS LIKE THESE THROUGH THE
LENS OF SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS
(SES) RESEARCH.
      >19728 C  4       TTh    400-520    CHL  015      Shah,Sameer H.                       2/  10                J     
                        TOPIC: CLIMATE JUSTICE                                      
CLIMATE CRISES ARE LONG-STANDING,
DIFFERENTIATED, AND EXPERIENCED
THROUGH COMPOUNDING SYSTEMS OF
SETTLER-COLONIALISM, RACISM, CLASS
AND CASTEISM, AND PATRIARCHY.
SOLUTIONS THAT FAIL TO ADDRESS
SYSTEMS OF OPPRESSION WILL NOT
ACHIEVE CLIMATE JUSTICE.
THE COURSE EXPLORES THE CONCEPT OF
CLIMATE JUSTICE - INCLUDING ITS
HISTORIES, DIVERSITIES, AND CRUCIAL
IMPORTANCE FOR REIMAGINING OUR
PLANET AND RELATIONS.
ADD CODE REQUIRED FOR ENTRY.
ENROLLMENT REQUIRES 2-3 SENTENCES
DESCRIBING PREVIOUS COURSE
EXPERIENCE (E.G., CLIMATE CHANGE,
SOCIOLOGY, GEOGRAPHY, ANTHROPOLOGY,
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE, ETC.) THAT
DEMONSTRATES A BASIC UNDERSTANDING
OF EITHER CLIMATE CHANGE, OR EQUITY
CONCERNS RELATED TO ENVIRONMENTAL
CHANGE, MORE BROADLY.
SUBMIT ADD CODE REQUEST HERE
HTTPS://TINYURL.COM/SHAHSPRCOURSE

SEFS   595  TEACHING PRACTICUM
 IS    19729 A  1-5     to be arranged                                             Open      0/  10E CR/NC               
                        INDEPENDENT STUDY CREDITS.                                  
COMPLETE APPROPRIATE
FORM LOCATED HERE:
HTTPS://SEFS.UW.EDU/STUDENTS/
GRADUATE-DEGREES/GRAD-STUDENT
-RESOURCES-FORMS/
ADVISING WILL PROVIDE
REGISTRATION CODE AFTER
FORM IS RECEIVED.

SEFS   600  INDEPNDNT STDY/RSCH
 IS    19730 A  1-10    to be arranged                                             Open     34/  60E CR/NC               
                        INDEPENDENT STUDY;                                          
USE 600 PRIOR TO MS RESEARCH
PROPOSAL DEFENSE OR PHD
GENERAL EXAM.
COMPLETE APPROPRIATE
FORM LOCATED HERE:
HTTPS://SEFS.UW.EDU/STUDENTS/
GRADUATE-DEGREES/GRAD-STUDENT
-RESOURCES-FORMS/
ADVISING WILL PROVIDE
REGISTRATION CODE AFTER
FORM IS RECEIVED.

SEFS   601  INTERNSHIP
 IS    19731 A  3-9     to be arranged                                             Open      0/  10E CR/NC               
                        ONLY USE FOR INTERNSHIPS.                                   
COMPLETE APPROPRIATE
FORM LOCATED HERE:
HTTPS://SEFS.UW.EDU/STUDENTS/
GRADUATE-DEGREES/GRAD-STUDENT
-RESOURCES-FORMS/
ADVISING WILL PROVIDE
REGISTRATION CODE AFTER
FORM IS RECEIVED.

SEFS   700  MASTERS THESIS
 IS    19732 A  1-10    to be arranged                                             Open     20/  40E CR/NC               
                        MS STUDENTS ENROLL IN THESE                                 
CREDITS AFTER THE MS THESIS
PROPOSAL HAS BEEN APPROVED
AND IS NOTED ON THE PROGRAM
OF STUDY FORM.
COMPLETE APPROPRIATE
FORM LOCATED HERE:
HTTPS://SEFS.UW.EDU/STUDENTS/
GRADUATE-DEGREES/GRAD-STUDENT
-RESOURCES-FORMS/
ADVISING WILL PROVIDE
REGISTRATION CODE AFTER
FORM IS RECEIVED.

SEFS   800  DOCTORAL DISSERTATN
 IS    19733 A  1-10    to be arranged                                             Open     20/  50E CR/NC               
                        PHD STUDENTS ENROLL IN THESE                                
CREDITS AFTER THE GENERAL EXAM
IS PASSED.
COMPLETE APPROPRIATE
FORM LOCATED HERE:
HTTPS://SEFS.UW.EDU/STUDENTS/
GRADUATE-DEGREES/GRAD-STUDENT
-RESOURCES-FORMS/
ADVISING WILL PROVIDE
REGISTRATION CODE AFTER
FORM IS RECEIVED.