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INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION - FNR 103 Instructor: Dr. John B. Dunning, Jr. Office: 102 Forestry Building Phone: 494-3565 EMAIL: jdunning@purdue.edu Or use the Mail function in Blackboard. Office hours: Tuesday & Weds 1:30-2:30 PM
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Outline - Introduction 1. Goals of class: 3 disciplines: ecology, resource management, conservation biology. 2. Organization of the course. 3. Class participation: I>clicker Remote Control Thingies . Suggested Reading: Tolkien, J.R.R. 1955. The Lord of the Rings. Ballentine Books, NY.
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GOALS FOR CLASS: 1. GIVE YOU A BROAD INTRODUCTION TO TOPICS IN ENVIRONMENTAL 2. DISCUSS CONTROVERSIAL TOPICS, POLITICAL DECISIONS, THINGS IN THE NEWS. 3. INTRODUCE YOU TO THREE SCIENCE DISCIPLINES.
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1. ECOLOGY – THE STUDY OF ORGANISMS AND THEIR ROLE IN THEIR ENVIRONMENT. 1. RESOURCE MANAGEMENT – THE “ART & SCIENCE” OF MANIPULATING RESOURCES TO MEET SPECIFIC GOALS OF SOCIETY. 1.
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