Biology (BIOL) - Landscape Ecology

BIOL 4437  Landscape Ecology


BIOL 2446


Three hours of lecture per week for one term.




This course will explore aspects of ecology and management that are applicable at the highest levels of biological organization and over large spatial extents. Students will consider key concepts including scale, spatial pattern and modeling through the examination of landscape level themes such as land use, forest management, habitat fragmentation, global environmental change, disturbance, biodiversity and conservation.

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