UN3240: Challenges and Strategies of Primate Conservation | A. Morales Jimenez
Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology
Undergraduate and Graduate Lecture
Tu Th 10:10-11:25AM
Throughout their range, numerous primate species are on the brink of extinction. This course examines the central issues relating to conservation of wild primates and explores strategies and solutions for preserving these endangered populations. Through the analysis of the ecological and social traits linked to vulnerability and the direct and indirect threats from human activities, students will gain a practical understanding of how to develop successful, sustainable, and practical conservation strategies.
Prerequisites: EEEB UN1010 or EEEB UN1011 or the instructor's permission.
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