ESCI1003: Dinosaurs and Our World

4 CreditsBiological SciencesEnvironmentHuman DiversityLiterature

Dinosaur evolution, ecology, and extinction. Evolution of modern ecosystems from the Mesozoic Era to the Anthropocene (and dinosaurs roles in that evolution). Human interactions with our environment and our roles as historic agents. Structure and function of biological forms, interpreting past life, and the social history of scientific inquiry.

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B+ Average (3.455)Most Common: A (38%)

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