Thomas M Hinckley
The stewardship of pristine terrestrial environments is of great importance and contention. Teams of students work with stakeholders and experts on real Pacific Northwest issues (e.g., pollution, invasive organisms, mining, burning, grazing, logging, hunting, skiing) to understand patterns, structure, processes, and drivers of these environments. Prerequisite: either BIOL 162 or BIOL 200. Offered: A.
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