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ENVR 210

Humans and Wildlife
CR: 
3.0

Prerequisite: ENVR 101. An historical and contemporary examination of human interaction with wildlife. Basic ecological principles are applied to the conservation and management of wildlife with particular emphasis on the role of humans in the environment. Students explore the development of human-wildlife relationships from prehistoric times through the agricultural revolution and European expansion to modern issues of wildlife conservation. Offered alternate years. V.1

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