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    Northland College
   
 
  Nov 17, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog

BIO 374 - Tropical Ecology and Conservation

3 Credits


Part of a Round River field experience. This course provides an introduction to the ecological complexity of tropical forests and to the natural history, evolutionary biology, and conservation status of the animals, plants, and ecosystems of the Neotropics. This course also examines major threats to biodiversity, the main conservation problems of tropical environments, as well as current alternatives to the destruction of tropical forest.
Prerequisites: BIO 115  or BIO 128  and Admittance to the Round River Program