BIO 358 - Human Ecology
(2 cr.) Students are introduced to the ecological and ethical position of humans in nature, and study the historical background of humans in relationship to the current ecological dilemma and realistic possibilities for solving it. The course focuses on the environmental issues of overpopulation, food, water, climate change, energy, biodiversity, natural resources, pollution, conservation, economics and politics. Selected field trips to study current ecological problems are scheduled. (2 class hrs., 4 lab hrs.) As Needed

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