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BIOAS 3754 Wildlife Ecology

Four hours (Au Sable)
Ecology, conservation, and stewardship of wildlife and their habitats.  Includes examination of growth and structure of populations, environmental and human social factors affecting wildlife communities, and theories and applications of wildlife conservation. Set in the context of the historical development of the field from management to ecology to the land ethic of Leopold. Includes management and stewardship of non-game and endangered species, and long-term prospects of wildlife in changing environmental, climatic and social contexts. Offered at Au Sable - Great Lakes in Michigan during summer. Corresponds to Au Sable Biol 345 course. 

Prerequisites: BIO 1144  and BIO 2184 
Offered at the Au Sable Institute Summer semester