BIO 350 - Conservation Biology3.75 credit hours
Exploration of the fundamentals of conservation biology, and the role of conservation in the world today. Topics include exploration of biodiversity, changing landscapes, climate change and the role of humans in both destruction and preservation of ecosystems. Laboratory required, emphasizes experimental design and analyses of ecological experiments examining current topics in conservation biology.
Prerequisite(s): BIO 253 .
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