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Linda B Brubaker
ESC 310
Seattle Campus

Trees in Our Environment

Explores tree form and function from perspectives of dendrology, ecology, and adaptation in wildland and urban environments. Lectures, projects, and field investigations introduce 50-60 threes of the Pacific Northwest. Acquire skills to increase knowledge of trees. Prerequisite: either BIOL 162 or BIOL 220. Offered: Sp.

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Last Update by Debra Teresa Salas-Haynes
Date: 05/21/2004