ANR 360 - Forest & Wildlife Management

Description
Prerequisite: ANR 130 or ANR 110 or BIO 110 Course integrates ecological, economic, philosophical, and historical aspects of forest and wildlife management. Students learn the theoretical and practical elements of modern natural-resource management, such as species identification, site preparation and planting, habitat conservation, field sampling, biological monitoring, and harvesting. Local, regional, and global topics are covered, including the role of forests in global ecological processes, conservation of biodiversity, ecological economics, and the sustainability of forest and wildlife uses. Three lectures and one laboratory session each week.
Credits
1
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2018
Offered
TuTh
Avg. Class Size
17
Avg. Sections
1