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Milken Institute School of Public Health
Environmental and Occupational Health (EOH)
PUBH
6135
Researching Climate Change and Public Health
Climate Change and Public Hlth
Fall 2016
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PUBH 6003 and PUBH 6004
30
Melissa J. Perry
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Study of the effects of climate change on human health using evidence compiled by the National Climate Assessment (NCA); widespread impacts, ecological context, oceans of change, infrastructure, water resources, energy, land use, heat, and air quality.
Upon completion of the course, students will be able to: Identify the human influences that contribute to climate change; Identify impacts of climate change on human health; Identify scientific approaches for studying the effects of climate change on human health; Critically appraise options available for climate change mitigation and adaptation based on scientific evidence.
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