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BIOL0392

Conservation Biology

Conservation Biology
This course will focus on advanced topics in applied ecology and population genetics as they relate to the protection and restoration of biological integrity in the natural world. Emphasis will be placed on in-depth exploration of current issues, such as the design of nature reserves, genetic and demographic factors associated with population decline, metapopulation analysis, connectivity, and large-scale ecological processes. This course will involve reading from the primary literature, discussion, computer modeling, and writing assignments, and will build upon the information presented in the prerequisite courses. (BIOL 0140)
Subject:
Biology
Department:
Biology
Division:
Natural Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
SCI

Sections

Spring 2015

BIOL0392A-S15 Lecture
BIOL0392B-S15 Lecture

Spring 2014

BIOL0392A-S14 Lecture (Trombulak)
BIOL0392B-S14 Lecture (Trombulak)

Spring 2013

BIOL0392A-S13 Lecture (Trombulak)
BIOL0392B-S13 Lecture (Trombulak)

Winter 2012

BIOL0392A-W12 Lecture (Landis)

Winter 2011

BIOL0392A-W11 Lecture (Trombulak)

Spring 2010

BIOL0392A-S10 Lecture (Trombulak)

Spring 2009

BIOL0392A-S09 Lecture (Trombulak)

Spring 2008

BIOL0392A-S08 Lecture (Trombulak)

Winter 2007

BIOL0392A-W07 Lecture (Trombulak)