SMEA 515 U.S. Coastal and Ocean Law (3-5) KellyStudy of the legal framework in the United States controlling the allocation and use of coastal and marine resources. Topics include coastal zone management, fisheries management, protection of marine mammals and endangered species, marine pollution, offshore oil and gas development, and shipping. See course details in MyPlan: SMEA 515 The study of environmental law and policy focuses on the rules for acceptable human impacts on the environment, the processes of creating these rules, and the incentives these rules create. In general, we distinguish law – rules with the coercive power of the state – from politics, the exercise of discretionary power of authority. At SMEA, all students receive a foundation in maritime and coastal law and policy, and those with a deeper interest have access to a wide range of relevant courses and experiences through SMEA, the largest College of the Environment and Faculty of Law. Faculty research in this area ranges from emerging rules for the Arctic to rules governing the use of shared resources. 1library.net/document/yd9vkmez-school-monitoring-evaluation-adjustment-smea-central-cebu-philippines.html SMEA 521 Climate Change Governance (3) To examine key scientific, policy and legal issues related to global governance and adaptation to climate change mitigation by a wide range of state and non-state actors. Offered: A.
View course details in MyPlan: SMEA 521 SMEA 476 Introduction to Environmental Law and Process (3) SSc BryantUse and apply important laws in the management of living marine resources. Overview of administrative law and process. Basic legal research, reading and briefing on selected legal opinions. Participatory case study component. Designed for non-law graduates and advanced students. Offered: with ENVIR 476; A.See course details in MyPlan: SMEA 476 SMEA in schools is scheduled to be conducted each term in CY: 2019. School leaders present Key Results Areas (KRs) for ACCESS, QUALITY and GOVERNANCE with corresponding Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) in graphic, tabular and textual PowerPoint presentations to facilitate understanding of the provision of data elements. In the presentation, school leaders invite the SDG representative, district supervisor, school planning team (SPT), teachers, counselling consultants, school board (SGC), GPTA officials, barangay leaders, interest groups, government representatives, etc. who have direct control to solve participants` problems/concerns/gaps/problems, then act by providing possible solutions/recommendations to problems/concerns/gaps/problems identified in the School`s presentation.
The solutions proposed by the participants are then followed during the quarterly presentation of the SME. SMEA 539 U.S. Fisheries Management and Policy (3) Review of fundamental U.S. laws and policies governing fisheries management and its implementation by federal, tribal, state, and international managers. Includes lectures, guest speakers and field trips. Offered: shared with FISH 539.View course details in MyPlan: SMEA 539. SMEA 506 International Law of the Sea (3)View course details in MyPlan: SMEA 506 SMEA 501 Integrated Practice in Ocean Affairs (3)Overview of tools used in the integrated assessment of current problems in ocean affairs, studied by evaluating and comparing theory and practical application. Prerequisite: SMEA 500 plus two of the following: SMEA 519, SMEA 536, SMEA 591 or instructor authorization. Instructor: Allison Offers: W.View course details in MyPlan: SMEA 501 b. Meet the technical and training needs of teachers; and AEMS 540 International Strategic Planning for Marine Resources (3)Marine economies are affected by resource depletion, demographic pressures and economic globalization. Based on international examples and case studies, strategic planning possibilities are explored.
Prerequisites: SMEA 500 or instructor authorization. Instructors: Kaczynski Offered: A.See course details in MyPlan: SMEA 540. Immediate feedback on the effectiveness and weaknesses of program implementation at the school level compared to SIP and AIP implementation; SMEA 591 Marine Science in the Coastal Zone (3) Ryan KellyPresentation and analysis of marine science of estuary, coastal and ocean systems, including assessment and interpretation of scientific information necessary for management. Lectures, discussions and readings highlight the relevance of natural processes to marine management and decision-making. Offered: A. See course details in MyPlan: SMEA 591 c. Identify improvements to education policies and policies. SMEA 508 National Maritime Policy Processes (3) DolsakComparative institutional dimensions of maritime policy processes. The context of maritime policy at the national level and the dynamics underlying policy formulation and implementation.
See course details in MyPlan: SMEA 508 SMEA 538 Economics of Marine Living Resources (3)Develops relevant economic concepts and applications for the conservation, regulation and restoration of fisheries and other living resources. Particular attention is paid to fisheries management, including crop regulation and enforcement, recreational fisheries assessment, property rights, current issues and management of marine protected areas. Offers: jointly with ECON 538; See course details in MyPlan: SMEA 538 SMEA 500 Introduction to the Human Dimensions of Global Change (3) Terrie Klingerintroduces students to the human dimensions of global change in the marine environment. Studies how changes are physical, social and institutional; and how global climate change affects the ability of ecosystems to provide services that support humanity. Studies changes in the use of coastal and marine resources. Offered: A. See course details in MyPlan: SMEA 500 The School Monitoring, Evaluation and Adaptation System is a mechanism that provides information and insights on various aspects of the school system (Kusek & Rist, 2004). Its main objective is to provide school leaders with the necessary information and ideas on the status, progress and results of providing basic education in schools in terms of access, quality and governance. The aim is to help school leaders manage schools effectively and efficiently and to help teachers adhere to the standards of the teaching and learning process. SMEA 585 Climate Impact on the Pacific Northwest (4) Mantua, SnoverKnowledge of past/future climate patterns to improve resource management in the Pacific Northwest. Topics include the predictability of natural or man-made climate change; past societal responses to climate impacts on water, fish, forests and coastal resources; how climate and public policy interact to influence ecosystems and society. Offers: with ATM S 585 / ENVIR 585 / ESS 585; See the details of the Sp.Course course in MyPlan: SMEA 585 SMEA 509 Integrated coastal zone management (3)Management of multiple uses of coastal waters and adjacent lands; conflicts arising from competition for space and resources; organizational, scientific and economic issues related to coastal zone management; Planning and management experience in the United States and Southeast Asia.
Prerequisites: SMEA 500 or instructor authorization. Speakers: ChristieView course details in MyPlan: SMEA 509 SMEA 536 Microeconomics applied to maritime affairs (3)Familiarize students with microeconomic tools commonly used in policy analysis. Emphasis is placed on mastering basic concepts, definitions and models useful for ocean policy, including the determinants of prices and output in competitive markets, the impacts of alternative market structures, market failures and the applied welfare economy. View course details in MyPlan: SMEA 536 It also enables school leaders to meet Ministry of Education requirements for information, reporting and documentation and to provide the Schools Division Office and regional offices with essential information to provide technical support. Enactment of Republic Act No. Law 9155, also known as the Basic Education Governance Act of 2001, reinforced the Ministry of Education`s adherence to the principle of joint governance, which recognizes the special role, mission and responsibility of each unit of the education bureaucracy. It is this law that defines the roles inherent in each office and for which it is primarily responsible for results. (Section 5(a), R.A. No. 9155). SMEA 511 Coastal Environmental Management (3)Assessment of human use of coastal and mountain areas in the context of coupled socio-ecological systems. Concepts and techniques of evaluation and practical application.
See course details in MyPlan: SMEA 511 SMEA 480 Human dimensions of fisheries management (3) I&S/NWTechniques and philosophy for the conservation, management and development of harvested marine populations. Focus on integrating the environmental, sociological and economic dimensions of institutional decision-making for policy-making in uncertain environments. Offered: shared with FISH 480.View course details in MyPlan: SMEA 480 SMEA 580 Coding in R for Marine and Environmental Affairs (3) Ryan KellyProvides an introduction to the R programming language and gives students the tools to become autonomous users.