Conservation Ecology:Biodiversity and Beyond (EVSC 2220)

Year offered
Studies ecological science relevant to sustaining populations, species, ecosystems, and the global biosphere. Includes discussion of genetic inbreeding, critical population size, community structure and organization, maintenance of critical ecosystem function, and global biogeochemistry. Case studies from around the world demonstrate links between human-driven environmental change and the health of the biosphere, at all levels, from the organism to the planet.  This is a lecture-format class (3 credits) that is designed for non-majors.
This class WILL be offered in the fall of 2020