Fall 2016

Seminar in Conservation Biology.

Listed in: Biology, as BIOL-440  |  Environmental Studies, as ENST-441


Rachel A. Levin (Section 01)


Conservation biology is a highly interdisciplinary field, requiring careful consideration of biological, economic, and sociological issues. Solutions to biodiversity conservation and environmental challenges are even more complex. Yet, conservation is a topic of timely importance in order to safeguard biological diversity. Utilizing articles from the primary literature, course topics will include invasive species, restoration, climate change, and biodiversity banking, as well as how to determine appropriate conservation priorities. Three classroom hours per week.

Requisite: BIOL 230/ENST 210 or permission of the instructor. Not open to first-year students. Limited to 14 students. Fall semester. Lecturer Levin.

If Overenrolled: Preference given to biology and environmental studies majors and by class year (seniors first, etc.).


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2022-23: Offered in Spring 2023
Other years: Offered in Spring 2012, Fall 2013, Fall 2015, Fall 2016, Spring 2018, Fall 2019, Fall 2020, Spring 2022