This course presents theory and practice relevant to restoration ecology. The content emphasizes ecosystem functioning, spatial and temporal factors, successional trajectory and alternative states, disturbance ecology, exotic species, ecosystem services valuation, novel ecosystems, and planning and design of ecological restoration projects. Applied components include plant materials collection techniques and plant propagation methods. Not available for supplem0ental. Instruction (3.0), Lab (2.0). Requisite Courses: Take RRM-4454L (Required, Concurrent).
RRM-4454 Restoration Ecology - 3.00 credits