Durango (Colorado), United States;Flagstaff (Arizona), United States;Grand Canyon (Arizona), United States;Organ PIpe Nat'l Park (Arizona), United States
140: Consent of Instructor, 240: BIO 151, Consent of Instructor
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Meets Paideia 450 if sequenced with POLS 258, NWL-Natural World, Lab
INSTRUCTOR: Eric Baack (Biology)
Course Description: This course will focus on the ecology of the Southwest desert, particularly on the adaptations of organisms to arid conditions and ecological aspects of human water use. We will spend our time primarily in southern Arizona, with a few stops in Colorado, Utah, and northern Arizona. Activities will include hiking in the Grand Canyon, camping in the Sonoran desert, learning the common plants and animals of the desert, discussing current environmental challenges and solutions, and carrying out a field project.
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