2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog


ENSC 50333 Energy Development and Wildlife Conservation

Prerequisites: Three semester hours of biology. The quest for energy can cause problems for wildlife, but through effective use of Best Management Practices (BMPs), the impact of energy development and distribution on wildlife can be limited. From site selection through production to reclamation, practical means exist to promote wildlife-friendly energy development. This course will feature BMPs that allow energy development and wildlife conservation to coexist.