Description: The course helps students develop an advanced understanding of the practical, legal, political, social, and economic realities of managing regulated species, and it involves them directly in current conservation challenges with imperiled species and habitats. The course emphasizes innovative, multidisciplinary resource management and conservation strategies and gives participants practical experience in developing multi-stakeholder solutions. It gives graduate students the opportunity to mentor undergraduate students. Instructor consent required. 1 hr. lecture, 9 hrs. lab. Letter grade only.
No sections currently offered.
Prerequisite: BIO 467