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SNR 530 ECOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES OF SUSTAINABLE NATURAL RESOURCES (3)
Focus an ecological sustainability and ecological concepts and principles, with examples drawn from forests and arid lands. Exploration of global ecosystems, ecological processes and services, factors that create and maintain diversity, ecosystem health and integrity. Principles for sustainable natural resource management and use. This course may be subject to Enforced Prerequisites that restrict registration into the course. Check the offerings below for more information.
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|W15||34906||400||3||Perry, D.||Streaming Media||Open||15||15||0||0||Other Prereqs: Graduate standing. Highly recommended: Basic ecology course. Recommended: Students should have a bachelor's degree in the arts, humanities, or science and preferably at least two years' experience working in a natural resources-related field. Students seeking the SNR Graduate Certificate should take SNR 511 their first term because it explains overall certificate program goals. There are no prerequisites for non-degree seeking students other than graduate standing. Part of the Sustainable Natural Resources Graduate Certificate program; also open to other graduate students and non-degree/credential seeking students.||Streaming video/media with web.|
(Part of the Sustainable Natural Resources Certificate
Program; open to all graduate students.)