Restoration Ecology

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Restoration Ecology (Natrs 454/554) is a 3 credit, Fall Semester 2009, senior or graduate-level course open to individuals in science or ecological design majors at Washington State University.  Individuals may take the course whether coming from an ecology, landscape architecture & design, environmental science & engineering, natural resource, or social science background.

The course emphasizes fieldwork, interdisciplinary teamwork, and ecological planning to design and conduct restoration projects on the campuses of Washington State University, the University of Idaho, and our surrounding communities and regional landscapes.

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Fieldwork in local and regional community

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Interdisciplinary ecological design & planning teams

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Perform restoration projects on real landscapes



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Study restoration of endangered species; native prairie; rare plants; Palouse Prairie, riparian areas; lakes, streams & rivers; wetlands; woodlands; and wildlife habitat

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Department of Natural Resource Sciences, 119 Johnson Hall, P.O. Box 646410,
Washington State University, Pullman, WA, 99164-6410 USA

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