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ESCI 315 - Art, Science and Ethics of Flyfishing


The goals of this course are to learn how to fly fish and to use fly fishing as a window into environmental studies and, more specifically, into the structure and function of river ecosystems and how people interact with them. Class format includes lectures, discussions, and laboratory and field exercises to gain insight into stream ecology and to understand relations of science, ethics, and environmental management. Offered summer only.

Prerequisites & Notes: ESCI 101 or ESCI 302 or ESCI 325 or BIOL 101 or BIOL 325; or instructor permission.
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Letter



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