RENR 366 - Restoration Ecology

Principles and practices of restoring ecosystem structure, function and biodiversity after natural or anthropogenic disturbances. The course focuses on ecological theory and how to apply it to ecological restoration. Topics include landscape processes and connectivity, soil-plant processes, techniques, philosophy and ethics and societal aspects of ecological restoration. Course is delivered by webcon from University of Alberta campus in Edmonton.

Prerequisite: Yukon University BIOL 220, U of Alberta BIOL 208, or an equivalent introductory ecology course.

Registration restricted to students in B.Sc. in Environmental and Conservation Sciences program. Non-B.Sc. ENCS students interested in taking RENR 366 should contact the ENCS Program Advisor, Dr. Katie Aitken, at, for registration information.

RENR 366
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