BIOL 313 - Conservation Biology

Description

Hours: Three hours lecture and three hours laboratory per week Prerequisites: BIOL 200 This course explores issues surrounding the conservation of biodiversity. Topics to be covered include: species-, population-, and ecosystem-level issues, biodiversity, extinction, sustained yield, exotic species, and reserve design. Management implications and the ecology of issues are integrated throughout the course.

Meeting Information

Info current as 8/1/2021
Days Times Room Meeting Dates Instructor
TH  9:00 AM  -  11:50 AM  By Arrangement 8/22/2020 - 12/18/2020 Clare Steele

Status: Closed
Class Number: 2285
Session: Regular Academic Session
Units: 4.00
Class Components: Laboratory
Career: Undergraduate
Dates: 8/22/2020 - 12/18/2020
Grading: Letter Grade

Class Availability

Information below is 24 hours old.
Enrollment Total: 23
Available Seats: 0
Wait List Capacity: 10
Wait List Total: 0

Textbook / Other Materials

Status: Required
ISBN: 9781605359199
Title: An Introduction to Conservation Biology
Publisher: Oxford University Press Canada
Author: Sher

Status: Required
ISBN: 9781605358970
Title: Intro to Conservation Biology
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Author: Sher

Status: Required
ISBN: 9781605356174
Title: An Introduction to Conservation Biology
Publisher: Oxford University Press Canada
Author: Sher

Status: Required
ISBN: 9781605354736
Title: Intro to Conservation Biology
Publisher: Sinauer Associates, Incorporat
Author: Primack

More textbook information including prices

Enrollment Information

  • Upper Division
  • CS Numbers 15-17
  • Lab Fee $40