Description: The course familiarizes students with the practical, legal, political, social, and economic realities of managing regulated species, and it engages them in current conservation challenges with imperiled species and habitats. The course emphasizes innovative, multidisciplinary resource management and conservation strategies. It gives graduate students the opportunity to lead discussions on relevant issues in conservation and resource management and to engage in deliberations and practices required of conservation professionals working with regulated species. Co-convened with BIO 468. Letter grade only.
No sections currently offered.