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Environmental and Earth Sciences: Environmental Science

ENVR 333 Biogeography (1)

This course provides an introduction to the study of plant and animal distributions, both past and present. This is a broad field which overlaps several other disciplines, including biology, geography and geology. The study of plant distributions will be emphasized and approached from historical, cultural and ecological perspectives. Applications of biogeographic knowledge and theory to conservation problems will also be discussed. The lab component will address quantitative aspects of biogeographic research.

  • Prerequisite: ERTH 121/ERTH 112, BIOL 125, or consent of instructor
  • Offering: Fall
  • Instructor: Arabas