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Spring 2014 Earth and Environmental Sciences BC3026 section 001

Call Number 05192
Day & Time
T 10:10am-12:40pm
403 Altschul Hall (Barnard)
Points 3
Approvals Required Instructor
Instructor Terryanne Maenza-Gmelch
Course Description Prerequisites: Enrollment limited to 12 students. Permission of the instructor required. This class looks at the response of wildlife (birds and plants) to climate change and land-use issues from the end of the last glaciation to the present. We visit wildlife refuges along a rural-suburban-urban gradient in order to observe and measure the role refuges play in conservation. Case study topics are: (1) land-use change over time: a paleoenvironmental perspective, (2) environmental transformations: impact of exotic and invasive plants and birds on local environments and (3) migration of Neotropical songbirds between their wintering and breeding grounds: land-use, crisis and conservation. Format: lecture, student presentations, field trips and data collection/analysis
Web Site CourseWorks
Department Environmental Sciences @Barnard
Enrollment 12 students (12 max) as of 11:51PM Thursday, October 30, 2014
Status Full
Subject Earth and Environmental Sciences
Number BC3026
Section 001
Division Barnard College
Open To Barnard, Columbia College, Engineering and Applied Science: Undergraduate, General Studies, School of Continuing Education, Global Programs
Campus Barnard College
Section key 20141EESC3026X001

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