EVS 469 - Restoration Ecology
Introduction to the principles of Restoration Ecology (the study of the ecological processes that underlie the re-creation of a natural community) in natural ecosystems, through lectures, site visits, and meetings with guest speakers. Students engage in all aspects of restoration work, from the planning stages through the monitoring phase, and will examine a variety of disturbance types, including those brought on by agriculture, natural resource extraction, waste management, urbanization, and tourism practices. Off campus field trips will be required.
Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisite Courses: BIO 366 .
Additional Restrictions/Requirements: Junior status or higher.
Course Repeatability: Course may not be repeated.
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