GEOG 4010 CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES (3 credits)
This course provides a diverse overview of the principles and contemporary issues related to ecology and management of wildlife, fisheries, forests, soil, rangeland, minerals, and water. It includes the philosophical, economic and social aspects of resource management. Current local, regional, and global issues are examined. (Cross-listed with GEOG 8016).
Prerequisite(s): Three hours of geography.