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OS 30200 - Wildland Ecosystems and Human Impacts

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A field course for college students and professionals interested in applied field research techniques. Students in this course travel by nonmotorized methods such as sea kayaking while applying research techniques used in measuring human impacts on remote ecosystems. Course content includes temperate ecosystems; human use and management; and field research techniques including water sampling and radial transects. Class project will include entering and analyzing data. Wilderness living, sea kayaking, and database skills are necessary, instructor approval required. Lab fee required. Offered Summer or Fall Competencies: RP, PL, EP



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