RRM-2298 Conservation Biology

3.0 credits

This course examines the scientific basis for the management and protection of biological diversity. Important topics will include habitat fragmentation, minimum viable population analysis, the role of genetic variability, metapopulation concepts and community-level processes. Practical applications are addressed using case studies that incorporate the principles of ecosystem management. Not available for supplemental.

Equivalencies: RRM-298.

Prerequisites: 
TAKE BIO-1163;

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