Daemon Schmitzer is an adjunct faculty member and instructor of Humans and the Environment INTD 22500. In this course students learn to develop an increased understanding of the science fundamental to global environmental issues including population growth, food supplies, fossil fuels, biodiversity, global climate change and water and air pollution. In addition, the course promotes the ability to apply scientific reasoning to address environmental issues and enhance critical thinking and written and oral communication skills.
- B.S. Conservation, Kent State University
- M.A. Environmental Studies, Youngstown State University
Identifying the major environmental problems facing civilization as well as the impact Environmental Science has on daily living and working. Evaluating environmental information and data using scientific principles and concepts in relation to human impacts on biotic communities, soil, water and air.
- Schmitzer, Daemon. Diversity of Shenango River Fish at Sites with Varying Land Use. Dudweiler, Lanstr., VDM Verlag Dr. Muller, 2011.
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