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Ecology of Shrubs in Western North America - Fall 2017 Course


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Dr. Roger Rosentreter is teaching Ecology of Shrubs in Western North America (BIOL 497/597) at Boise State University. 

Lecture: 2 credits, Lab: 1 credit
Lecture: Wed 6-8 PM, first 10 weeks of Fall semester
Lab: Saturdays 9 AM - 4 PM, Aug 26, Sept 9 & 23, Oct 7

Course Description/Learning Objectives: The ecological characteristics and physiological survival adaptations of shrubs, such as bitterbrush and sagebrush will be covered in detail. Wildlife uses, avian and invertebrate species importance, and forage value and palatability of western shrubs will be covered.

For more information, see the course flyer.