Wildland
Restoration Ecology

REM 440 | Fall 2018 and spring semesters, 3 credits


Professor R. Robberecht
College of Natural Resources | University of Idaho
Moscow, Idaho 83844-1133 USA

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Course Description: Ecological principles and management practices involved in restoring and rehabilitating wildland ecosystems after disturbance or alteration to return damaged ecosystems to a productive and stable state.

The ecological restoration of disturbed ecosystems. Fundamental principles from ecology, ecophysiology, and community ecology are used in a systems ecology approach to examine how the structure and function of damaged ecosystems can be restored with the goal of establishing a stable and self-sustaining ecosystem.

Prerequisites:
General ecology, or permission.
Recommended preparation
: Introductory botany and zoology, and a good working knowledge of Windows-based computer systems.
Computer compatibility: The course learning materials are compatible only with computers that are 100% compatible with the Windows operating system and the browser, Internet Explorer. See Advisory.

 


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Course Material & Design R. Robberecht 2018
No reproduction or use without permission | First published 2003