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|Undergraduate Course Details
||Conservation of Natural Resources
|Summer 2016 Classes
This course emphasizes the complexities of managing renewable and non-renewable resources at various geographic scales, local to global. Scientific and social concepts pertaining to resource assessment and use are presented, as are conservation policies, programs, and practices. Problems associated with resource-user conflicts are also discussed. Three lecture hours per week. Not open to students who have received credit for GGR250P.