Political Ecology: What is It? In Garry Peterson’s study observing political ecology through the example of salmon in the Colombia River Basin, Peterson defines political ecology as “…an approach that combines the concerns of ecology and political economy to represent an ever-changing dynamic tension between ecological and human change, and between diverse groups within society […]
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Background: A survey is a way in which to perform extensive research; generalizing data by region or other populations. This narrows down data to perform intensive research in order to further understand the significance of correlations in the data. Effective surveys require a careful balance of effective questions, survey ethics, interpersonal communication skills, and data […]
Overview of the Panel I got a chance to stop by tonight’s Environmental Studies Symposium scholarly panel. Titled “Controlling the Colombia River Gorge: A Religious and Political History of the Colombia River,” the four panelists gave the audience an hour and a half of different perspectives in viewing the history of how the Colombia River Gorge came […]
Continuation and more in-depth look into Chapter 4 of The Great Salmon Run: Competition Between Wild and Farmed Salmon. See here for the introduction and the summary of the first few pages of the report. The first-half of the hatchery process can be broken down into the following: Broodstock Management: Here, biologists pull eggs and […]
At this link, you can find the write-up the ENVS 220 lab #7: Social Network Analysis.