Description: This course emphasizes population ecology concepts and their use in forest habitat and range management for wildlife. It provides an ecological basis for understanding wildlife, habitat relationships, and principles of forest and range management. It focuses on population ecology and habitat use at varying spatial and temporal scales. Students will gain an understanding of the organisms, species, populations, and communities including components, patterns, and processes of biological and ecological systems across spatial and temporal scales. Students will learn techniques and tools for gathering and analyzing information and be exposed to important issues currently faced by natural resource professionals relevant to future jobs as professional natural resource managers. Students will increase their ability to present, write, and use critical reasoning skills in resource management decision making. Letter grade only.
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