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Environmental Entomology - (NRSM 335)

Credits: 3 | Offered: Autumn
Instructor(s): Diana Six

Description

An introduction to the importance of insects in ecosystem function and process, and their use in ecological monitoring as indicators of ecological change, degradation, and the efficacy of ecological restoration efforts. Will also cover effects of climate change and biological invasions in the context of both pest and beneficial insect species.