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Math & Science Center - N306
This course originates in the ENVS Department and may be taken as a biology elective.
The natural and social sciences perform a critical role in 1) understanding how the natural world operates and how human societies and actions can both positively and negatively affect the natural world and 2) informing policy and management decisions affecting biodiversity. The course focuses on the phenomena that affect the maintenance, loss, and restoration of biological diversity and introduces students to the multidisciplinary problems and solutions of conserving and protecting species and ecosystems at risk.
Required Textbooks, Articles, and Resources
- SEE ENVS 345.
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