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Oct 20, 2015 by Jonathan Higman (jhigman)
ANTH 3407 : Conservation in a Changing World: Human and Animal Behavior
Tue, 20 Oct 2015 08:22:45 GMT
Thu, 04 Jun 2015 18:10:33 GMT
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BIAN-BS: Biological Anthropology
BIAN-MINOR: Biological Anthropology
ENVR-BA: Environmental Studies
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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Conservation in a Changing World: Human and Animal Behavior
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Animal Behavior & Conservation
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How humans and animals interact in a wide variety of settings, how human and animal welfare can be ensured, and how we can create a scientifically sound, yet socially and economically acceptable, conservation of the planet’s biodiversity.
1. Understand fundamental concepts on animal space use, sociality, and foraging. 2. Know the basics of collecting data on animal behavior. 3. Explain the biological, sociological, and economic implications of research on conservation and behavior. 4. Recommend improved policy that allow for the healthy co-habitation of humans and animals in both rural and urban areas.
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