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We have long built upon local knowledge to better understand the links between land use, water quality and health, demonstrated in such publications as The New Yorker (Reflections, Encountering the Countryside) and The Experience of Place. (link) Through integrating student organized field collections and coursework, we have incorporated culture, ecology, politics and economics in an comprehensive management plan and disaster prevention program, while meeting academic requirements in Integrating Resource and Community Issues: St. John USVI (Integrating Resource and Community Issues)

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