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NRES 310 Wildlife Ecology and Management (4 credits)
Wildlife ecology is the study of interactions between organisms and their environment. Wildlife management is the practice of balancing the needs of wildlife and other factors that have an adverse impact on these species. Explores many aspects of what wildlife managers do to help insure the long term success of wildlife.

Prerequisite: Must have completed BIOL 190 or BIOL 191.

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NRES 322 Soils (3 credits)
The physical, chemical, and biological properties of soils, soil genesis and classification, and plant-soil relationships.

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NRES 432 Advanced Environmental Toxicology (3 credits)
Chemistry and toxicology of toxicants in the environment, particularly pesticides. Other topics include metals, food additives and hazardous wastes. Describes how selected classes of environmental contaminants interact with cellular processes, biochemical reactions, organs and tissues. Influences on individuals, populations and ecosystems. Describes the relationship(s) between toxicants and the multiple ways they interact with the endocrine system. It is recommended that student have completed CHEM 241 before enrolling in this course.

Prerequisite: Must have completed CHEM 122.

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