GU4605: Human-Wildlife Conflict | S. Silver

Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology
Undergraduate and Graduate Seminar
Th 5:10-8PM

This course explores the history, nature and underlying causes of human/wildlife conflict from the human perspective. We will emphasize areas of human and wildlife conflict that endanger the existence of wildlife species in significant portions of their range, and consider emerging strategies that may reduce human-wildlife conflict.

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