WWS 586B / EEB 516
Topics in Science Technology and Environmental Policy - Biodiversity Conservation: Scientific and Policy Issues
This course examines the ways in which science has influenced public policy with respect to both endangered species and ecosystems. Important case studies from different regions of the United States are examined in detail, emphasizing the key scientific studies and how they affected decision-making. Topics include the northern spotted owl and the Clinton Administration's Northwest forest plan, the reintroduction of the gray wolf to Yellowstone National Park, and the conservation of endangered species on private lands.
Open to Graduate Students Only.
For more information on WWS Graduate Course, please see our WWS website: http://wws.princeton.edu/grad/course_offerings/.
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