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Ecology of Joshua Tree National Park

Ecology of Joshua Tree National Park

Course Number: BIOL X412.4

2 units

Introduction to the plants and animals of Joshua Tree National Monument, and their relationship to the desert ecosystem in which they live. Illustrations and demonstrations emphasize how desert plants and animals respond to the intense heat and aridity of their environment. Also included will be a discussion of man's impact on Joshua Tree National Monument.

Available Sections

Starting Mar 23

184CPD108

Starting Mar 23
184CPD108

Course Fees

No Fee Specified

Instructor

Allan Schoenherr [ bio ]

close [x] Allan Schoenherr, Ph.D., Ecology Professor, Fullerton College

Schedule:

Sat 8:00 am-5:00 pm
Mar 23, 2019

Class hours listed may include travel time to some field locations.

Sun 7:45 am-4:45 pm
Mar 24, 2019

2 Meetings

Online Enrollment not available for this course. Please see section notes for instructions on how to enroll.

Location:

Desert Institute

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Section Notes:

 Students must register through the Desert Institute at JTNP. 760-367-5535. Specify if enrolling for credit.

 

Textbook:

Optional
"A Natural History of California"
Schoenherr
ISBN: 9780520290372

Prerequisites

Available Sections

Riverside

Section No.: 184CPD108

Dates: Mar 23, 2019

Time: 8:00 am-5:00 pm

Dates: Mar 24, 2019

Time: 7:45 am-4:45 pm

Instructor: Allan Schoenherr

Textbook: Optional
"A Natural History of California"
Schoenherr
ISBN: 9780520290372

Location: Desert Institute

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