Pathfinder 301 Fall 2017
Case Study: Hawaii
Course Description  
  Issues in environmental sustainability and hazards of the Hawaiian Islands. Volcanism, earthquakes, meteorology, tsunamis, issues related to agricultural encroachment on the subtropical rainforests. Exploration of both scientific and societal contexts. Field work conducted during winter break.
There will only be one class meeting before the Hawaii trip and that will be the sophomore session on Sunday August 27, 3 to 4 PM Rudolph Hall room 281. Each student will select a research topic related to Hawaii to develop during the semester and to be presented during the evening while we are in Hawaii.
  The roster is available to class members only.
Presentation Topics  
List of chosen topics to be presented.
  PowerPoint presentations from previous years are provided for reference.
  Most recent iteration, available to class members only.