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2021-22 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
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ENV 277 - Natural Resource Management


4 Hour(s)
The course provides an introduction to the biological and social aspects of renewable and nonrenewable natural resource management. In addition to the management of fisheries and wildlife populations and their habitats, emphasis will be placed on forestry, vegetative communities, and non-renewable (fossil fuel) natural resources. Students will read and discuss the biological, physical, and social aspects of natural resource management.

SP of odd years
Prerequisite(s): BIO 120 



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