Freshwater and Terrestrial Conservation MASC 421
Modern theory and practice in conservation ecology as applied to terrestrial and freshwater habitats. Emphasis on field experience, supplemented by lectures including global biodiversity, ecosystem services, links between conservation and livelihoods, legislation protecting habitats and species and local and global solutions. Variable units: 3, 6. Prerequisite: Prerequisites are set by Bamfield Marine Science Centre, and normally include completion of lower division core courses. Students with credit for MASC 473 under the topic title "Terrestrial and Freshwater Conservation" may not take this course for further credit.