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Tuesday, May 14, 2013

New Fall Course By New Faculty

Brian Buma's (our new forest ecologist)

ENVS 393ST: Temperate Rainforest Ecology (3 CR)
will count for both ENVS and GEOG majors.

Course description:
Biogeography, ecology, and dynamics of temperate rainforests around the world. Explores the abiotic and biotic characteristics that create and maintain temperate rainforests, their unique ecology and dynamics, and identifies current conservation and management concerns.


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