BC3026: Birds, Plants, and Land-Use Dynamics | T. Maenza-Gmelch
Earth and Environmental Sciences
This class looks at the response of wildlife (birds and plants) to climate change and land-use issues from the end of the last glaciation to the present. We visit wildlife refuges along a rural-suburban-urban gradient in order to observe and measure the role refuges play in conservation.
Prerequisites: permission of the instructor required.
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