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    Northland College
  Dec 14, 2017
2017-2018 Catalog

BIO 128 - Natural History and Conservation in the Lake Superior Watershed

4 Credits

Part of the Superior Connections Program, this course introduces students to the natural history, conservation, and restoration of the region's natural resources. Students begin by studying the general natural history of the Lake Superior region, and then focus on regional conservation biology issues. The course concludes with an examination of restoration from ecological, economic, and philosophical perspectives.
Course Fee
Prerequisites: Acceptance into Superior Connections program.
Corequisites: ENG 126, GSC 112 and NAS 160