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BIOL 4604 [0.5 credit] Landscape Ecology

Landscape ecology is the study of how landscape structure affects the abundance and distribution of organisms. The focus of this course is on research methods and results in landscape ecology. Applications in forestry, agriculture, and species conservation.
Prerequisite(s): BIOL 2600 or equivalent, BIOL 3601 or BIOL 3602 or BIOL 3608 or equivalent, and fourth-year standing in Biology, Geography, or Environmental Sciences.
Lecture three hours a week.