Animals and the Environment (ANBI 375.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
ANBI 375 01 January 2017
 
ANBI 375 01 January 2016 Ryan Brook (primary instructor)

Description

Discusses the important role that domestic animals play in an environmentally appropriate land use strategy, in both extensive and intensive systems. The major focus will be to examine animal agriculture's ecological footprint including impact on riparian areas, nutrient cycling, climate change, ecological diversity including wildlife and human health. Sustainable agricultural practices including mitigation strategies for reducing the effects of animal agriculture on the environment will be covered.

Formerly

ANSC 375

Prerequisite(s)

Successful completion of 60 credit units of university level courses or permission of the instructor.

Note

Students with credit for ANSC 375 will not receive credit for this course.

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