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Foundations of Restoration Ecology - (NRSM 365)

Credits: 3 | Offered: Spring
Prerequisites: junior or senior standing and NRSM 265 and one 300-400 level ecology courses (BOE 370, BIOE 428, BIOE 447 or BIOE 448; FORS 330 or NRSM 462)
Instructor(s): Nelson

Description

This course covers the primary ecological theories that inform the practice of ecological restoration. Topics include the dynamic nature of ecological systems, community assembly, biodiversity and ecosystem functioning food web dynamics, ecological engineering, macroecology, and statistical issues and study design.