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Landscape Ecology

This course explores the principles of landscape ecology and their application to contemporary issues in conservation and management. Students will examine methods for detecting and characterizing landscape patterns and processes; explore how landscape patterns emerge and change over time; discuss implications for populations, communities, and ecosystems; and develop strategies for landscape scale conservation and management. 1 unit.

Prerequisite: Mathematics 117 or Organismal Biology and Ecology 220 or Environmental Program 228 and (Environmental Program 209 or Organismal Biology and Ecology 208) or consent of instructor.

1 unit


Term Block Title Instructor Location Student Limit/Available Updated
Spring 2022 Block 6 Landscape Ecology TBA 25 / 25 11/15/2021
Report an issue - Last updated: 11/15/2021