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Primate Behavior, Ecology and Conservation

An overview of the relationships between different groups of primates and their natural history provides a foundation for investigating current hypotheses regarding the evolution of primate behaviors. The influence of the environment on behaviors is explored and its application for modeling the behaviors of humans and our hominin ancestors will be discussed. Finally, conservation threats to primates and primate traits that reduce or promote survival in human-altered habitats will be examined. Meets the Critical Learning: SA requirement.

Degree requirement — Critical Learning: SA

1 unit — Wren

Offerings

Term Block Title Instructor Location Student Limit/Available Updated
Fall 2021 Block 1 Primate Behavior, Ecology and Conservation Brandi Wren Barnes Science Center 405 25 / 1 11/26/2021
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