Grassland and Forest Resources

RRM-2250 (3.00 credits)

A study of grassland and forest ecosystems with an emphasis on ecological processes, plant succession, responses to disturbances, habitat classification, and integrated management strategies. Rangeland, forest and riparian health assessments are studied and practiced along with woody and herbaceous plant identification and vegetation inventory procedures. Not available for supplemental.

Instruction (3.0), Lab (2.0)

Requisite courses: Take BIO-1167 (Required, Previous). Take RRM-1197 (Required, Previous). Take RRM-2250L (Required, Concurrent).