DepartmentRenewable Natural Resources
Course CodeRNR 1001
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RNR 1001 – Dr. William Kelso
Office 118 T, Th>8:00-11:00 M, W, F>2:30-4:00
3 one-hour exams >100 pts.
50 questions: 38 from lecture, 12 from papers
MC & T/F
Computers in Hines 52, 102
Final exam >100 pts.
• 3-4 double space paper
• 4 articles from refereed scientific journals (Google scholar, online library)
• Parenthetical citations (name year) if >3 authors (name, et al year)
• Literature citations >author date. Journal
• FIRST PAPER DUE FRIDAY, NOV 18
o Causes and consequences of global warming
o Rangeland management in the US
o Ecological impacts of exotic species invasions
o An endangered species (pick one), why it is endangered, and what we
can do about it?
o The causes and effects of human population growth
o The causes and impacts of desertification
o The history and current status of whaling in the world
o The future of worldwide water resources
o Management of prairie ecosystems in the U.S.
o The history, current status, and future of tropical rain forests
o The status of neotropical migrant birds, U.S.-Mexico-South America
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