CASE STUDY: California's delta (3 of 3)

Unit 3: Environmental justice
Lesson 12 of 16

Objective: Students will be able to 1)evaluate a proposed plan to address California's water crisis and 2) develop an argument about how maps can be tools of environmental justice or injustice depending on the information they contain.

Big Idea: Scientists use geographic information systems to develop maps of important features of physical geography. How might we use the California delta as a case study of how maps can be arguments for stakeholders’ ideas about how to use the environment?

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