RenR 456 - International Forest Conservation and Management
Participation in a trip to a selected region is required as part of the course. Biophysical, social, historical and economic factors that influence forest conservation and management are examined; forest resources, ecological services, forest conservation and management practices, policies and regulations are evaluated and discussed. Students complete background research, participate in seminar discussions, and complete a report on the region visited. A different region is visited each year. Course may not be offered every year. Students must contact the instructor at least 4 months prior to the departure date. Requires payment of additional miscellaneous fees, including a non-refundable deposit that is due at least 3 months prior to the departure date. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar. Credit will not be received for both FOR 456 and REN R 456.
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