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Energy Resources: Science and Policy in the 21st Century

Prerequisite: ENSP101 and ENSP102. Restriction: Must have earned a minimum of 60 credits; and permission of AGNR-Dean-Environmental Science & Policy Program. Credit only granted for: ENST405, ENSP350, ENST605, or MEES698Z. Energy resource production and consumption, including historical context, current trends in the U.S. and globally, and social and environmental implications. Includes fuel-source formation, history of use, modern trends in consumption, production, pricing and trade, reserves and resources, environmental and social impacts, future outlook and potential new technologies related to energy efficiency and conservation.

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