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Temporary Course Newsletter

September 29, 2006

The following temporary course has been proposed this month:

NRS 401X Foundations in Restoration Ecology (3)
This course will explore the foundations of restoration ecology by exploring ecological theory, ecological function, and placing restoration in context through a series of case studies. (Lec. 3) Pre: BIO 262 or permission of instructor. Not for graduate credit. APPROVED.

NRS 501X Foundations in Restoration Ecology (3)
This course will explore the foundations of restoration ecology by exploring ecological theory, ecological function, and placing restoration in context through a series of case studies. (Lec. 3) Pre: BIO 262 or permission of instructor. APPROVED.

PLS 415X Plant Plagues: Causes and Consequences (2)
Explore events and decisions preceding major plant epidemics, and outcomes/consequences. Research governing biological processes, and consider pertinent socio-political-economic implications from diverse viewpoints. Plagues analyzed include: potato late blight, dutch elm disease, chestnut blight, colorado potato beetle, etc. Interactive exercises. (Lec. 2) Pre: 200 or permission of instructor. APPROVED.

Faculty members who wish to register comments have seven days to contact Barbara Luebke, Chairperson, Curricular Affairs Committee (X4-5490).

The Temporary Course Newsletter is distributed on the last weekday of each month, as required, throughout the calendar year. Proposed temporary courses received by the 25th of the month will be printed in that month's edition of the Temporary Course Newsletter.

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