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    Northland College
  Dec 14, 2017
2017-2018 Catalog

BIO 370 - Applied Conservation Biology

3 Credits

Part of a Round River field experience. This course introduces students to the application of scientific principles to inform interdisciplinary protection and management of biological diversity. Topics include population ecology, landscape ecology, community ecology and genetics, as well as social, economic and community-related aspects of conservation.
Prerequisites: BIO 115  or BIO 128  and Admittance to the Round River Program