Forest Ecology and Conservation
A field based course designed to provide students with the conceptual framework and practical tools necessary for understanding the ecology and conservation of local forest ecosystems. Topics covered include forest restoration, succession, wildlife, diversity, natural and human disturbance, and the history of forest management. Prerequisite: ENVS 01, ENVS 10, or upper division standing. Misc/Lab: Lecture 3 hours/lecture 2 hour/lab.
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