Undergraduate Biological Sciences
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ECOLOGY AND SOCIETY (GM)
Biological Sciences 214
A study of basic ecological concepts and their application to the identification, understanding, and abatement of contemporary environmental problems. Special emphasis is given to those problems resulting from man and his activities. This course is accepted as a course in conservation required for teacher licensure in the sciences.
WINTER ECOLOGY & NATURAL HISTORY OF YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK
Biological Sciences 350
A field course in Yellowstone National Park (YNP), exploring winter ecology, organisms' behavioral and physiological adaptioions and abiotic parameters of winter. We'll also examine the natural history of YNP and locations en route. There is preparatory on-line work and lectures and labs in YNP. Students with disabilities may be accommodated.