Environmental Conservation (BIOL 347)
An in-depth study of conservation biology including interrelationships between humans and the environment, historical perspectives, present predicaments and future outlook. Describing, monitoring, and preserving biological diversity is a major theme with emphasis on economic and ethical values, extinction, habitat destruction, overexploitation, as well as, managing, restoring, and protecting areas. This course meets General Education requirements: Scientific Understanding, Lab. Pre-Requisites: BIOL 122 with a grade of C- or better. Typically Offered Fall Only
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