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Conservation Natural Resources

CRN:
30631
Section:
BIOL 208-001
Schedule:
Thurs


T/Th
08:00 AM
09:50 AM

10:00 AM
10:55 AM
M335


T229
Dates:
01-20-2015 – 05-08-2015
Availability:
5 (Capacity: 30)
Campus:
Auburn
Credits:
3 credit hours
Instructor:

Course Description

For science majors and non-majors, course explores the human relationship with the natural environment by examining critical issues that affect the viability of natural resources, including their importance, distribution, and impacts from human use at local, national, and global levels. Topics include concepts of ecology, air, soil, water, energy, biodiversity, and population dynamics. Field trips are an important part of the laboratory experience. Two class hours, two lab hours weekly.

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