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Over one million species of animals and plants have been identified and named, but this is probably less than a quarter of the total! This biodiversity is being lost at an alarming rate as a result of human activities. In this course we will investigate why conserving species and habitats is important and the role that biodiversity plays in maintaining ecosystem processes that we rely on, such as food production and climate control. We will explore methods for surveying different groups of animals and plants, how to begin identifying them, and some straightforward techniques that can be used to interpret biological data.

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Course dates

26 Oct 2015 to 13 Dec 2015

Course duration

7 week(s)
This course is completed entirely online.

Course fee

£235

Tutor

Venue

Online

Qualifications / Credits

Non-accredited

Course code

1516NOE011