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GEOG 473. Biogeography

Credits: 3
Department: Geography
Description: Spatial distribution of species and communities, their relations with the environment, historical changes, and conservation. Topical.
Semester Offered: Spring
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Identify and classify diversity of organisms, their communities, and spatio-temporal arrangements of such (biotas, realms).
2. Practice selected methods of biogeographical research in and out of classroom.
3. Analyze diverse processes and forces that shape world+s biotas and realms.
4. Assess and summarize research findings pertaining to the geographic distribution of a specific group of organisms.
5. Evaluate conservation strategies related to specific organisms.

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