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WLDL 458 - Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Biology


Description:
Apply basic principles of traditional ecology, landscape ecology, genetics, and behavior to management for biological diversity. Develop critical thinking skills to evaluate and synthesize information to solve wildlife-related natural resource issues of diversity and scarcity. Available for graduate credit as WLDL 658 .

Prerequisites:
WLDL 350  or Instructor Consent

Typically Offered on the Main Campus:
Fall and Spring

3 cr.



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