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    Northland College
  Dec 14, 2017
2017-2018 Catalog

BIO 410 - Conservation Biology

3 Credits

Students build on ecological principles learned in other courses, with a particular emphasis on how to apply more advanced ecological theory and concepts in natural ecosystems. Primary goals of the course include understanding 1) how natural ecological systems behave in a human dominated world and 2) methods conservation biologists use to maintain and/or enhance biological diversity. Topics include population genetics, population biology, community ecology, behavioral ecology, ecosystem ecology, and conservation policy.
Prerequisites: BIO 234