NR 578 - Ecology of Disturbed Lands

  • 3 credits

Analysis of basic and applied ecological principles involved in the restoration of drastically disturbed lands.

This course can be applied toward:


LAND 220/LIFE 220 or LIFE 320 or NR 565; SOCR 240.

Important Information

Registration is restricted to students admitted to the Master of Natural Resources Stewardship degree program. Contact Sonya Le Febre the week prior to the course start to inquire about registering as a non-admitted student.

Textbooks and Materials

No textbooks required


Camille Stevens-Rumann

Camille Stevens-Rumann is an assistant professor in the Department of Forest and Rangeland Stewardship. Her research focuses on ecosystem recovery following large disturbances. She teaches multiple classes for the program both on campus and online.

Dr. Stevens-Rumann earned a Ph.D. in natural resources from the University of Idaho; M.S. from Northern Arizona University; and a B.S. in biology and environmental science from Brandeis University. She has taught for several online programs previously as well as worked for the USDA Forest Service in various fire prevention, suppression, and research positions.