Landscapes and natural resources shape ways countries view and manage environmental resources. We will study landscapes and natural resources of Iceland, including Thingvellir National Park, the historical seat of Icelandic Parliament. We will learn how the national park and other natural resources are sustainably managed, and their significance as environmental and cultural shrines. Students will compile a journal with daily entries, including photographs or digital images, and participate in field exercise and cultural/social activities providing insight into Icelandic landscapes and society.
(course taught by entomology faculty)
But must be at least end-of-year freshmen in good academic standing with a minimum GPA of 2.5 or instr consent