Credit Weight: 0.5 Description: Lectures and laboratories are designed to give an understanding of insect identification, population dynamics of forest insects and how insects interact with trees and forests. Tools for managing insect populations are presented. An insect collection is required; a workshop on how to collect, preserve and mount insects will be given at the end of the winter semester of the second year to give students an opportunity to collect during the spring and summer. Cross-List(s): Biology 3217 Offering: 0-0; 2-3 Notes: An insect collection is required and attendance at a workshop in March prior to registration is mandatory.

Natural Resources Management 3217 Forest Entomology

Credit Weight: 0.5 Description: Lectures and laboratories are designed to give an understanding of insect identification, population dynamics of forest insects and how insects interact with trees and forests. Tools for managing insect populations are presented. An insect collection is required; a workshop on how to collect, preserve and mount insects will be given at the end of the winter semester of the second year to give students an opportunity to collect during the spring and summer. Cross-List(s): Biology 3217 Offering: 0-0; 2-3 Notes: An insect collection is required and attendance at a workshop in March prior to registration is mandatory.




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