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NATURAL HISTORY OF WISCONSIN

2021 Fall Term

3 Units [RCRE]

Biology-Rock County 193

Natural History of Wisconsin is an Introductory Bio. course intended for the general student wanting to learn more about Wisconsin's diverse plant & animal life. The main focus of this course is the state's diversity of plants & animals & the ecosystems in which they live. In addition, it may cover basic concepts of field ecology, behavior, & conservation, identification of select organisms, & a review of the historical contributions to our understanding of Wisconsin natural history. This course is designed to increase the awareness & appreciation of Wisconsin's fantastic biological diversity at a time when the general public is becoming increasingly disconnected from natural Envs. Optional field trips may be included.

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Section Details Meeting Details & Topic Instructor Syllabus
 
01-LEC 2976
3 Units [RCRE]
09/02 - 12/11 (1) MW 10:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Thomas Klubertanz
WM0130WM0130

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