env310 | undergraduate
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Natural Systems: Preservation and Restoration
- Describe natural process restoration.
- Explain methods for ecosystem restoration.
- Identify conservation strategies.
- Explain potential impacts of climate change.
- Describe mechanisms of human contribution to climate change.
Resources: Water and Soil
- Analyze the relationship between the hydrological cycle and vegetation.
- Explain how to manage erosion.
- Explain the soil nutrient cycles and nutrient availability.
Biological Resources: Fish, Grazing Lands, and Forests
- Explain the management of ocean fisheries.
- Describe the functions of forest resources.
- Describe ocean biological systems.
- Explain the management practices of grazing lands.
- Evaluate forest management practices.
- Explain the dynamics of grazing lands and animal production.
Pests and Pathogens: Natural Elements of the Ecosystem
- Define approaches to biological pest control.
- Evaluate environmental health risks from pollution.
- Identify challenges of chemical pest control.
- Describe environmental fate and the transport of contaminants.
- Explain the benefits of assessing and promoting environmental degradation of pollutants.
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