Indigenous Peoples: Ecology, Science and Technology

This course explores the dynamic relationships between different groups of Indigenous peoples and their environments. It discusses how variations in natural resource use and management have resulted in different ecological impacts, e.g. changes in biodiversity and habitats, and also scientific developments and technological innovations. Sustainability, environmental manipulation, and the important contribution of traditional knowledges to the global knowledge base are also emphasized. (3 credits, Lec.) Prerequisites: BIOL 2356 or BIOL 3306 or BIOL 2306. 3 cr. (3 Lec, 2.5 Lab)

BIOL-3066EL
Biology
3.00
UG