This course provides a broad overview of the ecological processes and functions of forest ecosystems and provides students with the common tools of silvicultural practices. Students will be instructed on the basics of forest communities, forest succession and development, and biogeochemistry, as well as the important management factors of value, optimizing tree and stand objectives, forest planning and sustainability. Prerequisite is a Grade of C or better in BIOL-212. 08/22/2022-12/13/2022 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 01:00PM - 01:50PM, Room to be Announced (more)...
ST: Hunting Heritage. 08/21/2019-12/11/2019 Lecture Wednesday 08:00AM - 08:50AM, Kemper-Redd Center, Room 202
This course provides a broad overview of the ecological processes and functions of forest ecosystems and provides students with the common tools of silvicultural practices. Students will be instructed on the basics of forest communities, forest succession and development, and biogeochemistry, as well as the important management factors of value, optimizing tree and stand objectives, forest planning and sustainability. Prerequisite is a Grade of C or better in BIOL-212. 08/21/2019-12/13/2019 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 12:00PM - 12:50PM, Kemper-Redd Center, Room 202 (more)...
A course designed to introduce students to the experimental design, field, and laboratory techniques, population analysis, and habitat analysis of wildlife populations. Emphasis will be placed on but not limited to local wildlife. Laboratories will be classroom and field-based, giving practical, hands-on applications of lecture material. Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in Environmental Science 210 or Biology 211. Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 3 hours per week, as well as field trips. 08/21/2019-12/13/2019 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 01:00PM - 01:50PM, Room to be Announced (more)...
A course designed to introduce students to the experimental design, field, and laboratory techniques, population analysis, and habitat analysis of wildlife populations. Emphasis will be placed on but not limited to local wildlife. Laboratories will be classroom and field-based, giving practical, hands-on applications of lecture material. Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in Environmental Science 210 or Biology 211. Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 3 hours per week, as well as field trips. 08/26/2020-12/18/2020 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 01:00PM - 01:50PM, Kemper-Redd Center, Room 202 (more)...
This course provides a broad overview of the ecological processes and functions of forest ecosystems and provides students with the common tools of silvicultural practices. Students will be instructed on the basics of forest communities, forest succession and development, and biogeochemistry, as well as the important management factors of value, optimizing tree and stand objectives, forest planning and sustainability. Prerequisite is a Grade of C or better in BIOL-212. 08/26/2020-12/18/2020 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 12:00PM - 12:50PM, Room to be Announced (more)...
This course provides a broad overview of the ecological processes and functions of forest ecosystems and provides students with the common tools of silvicultural practices. Students will be instructed on the basics of forest communities, forest succession and development, and biogeochemistry, as well as the important management factors of value, optimizing tree and stand objectives, forest planning and sustainability. Prerequisite is a Grade of C or better in BIOL-212. 08/23/2021-12/13/2021 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 12:00PM - 12:50PM, Kemper-Redd Center, Room 202 (more)...
A course designed to introduce students to the experimental design, field, and laboratory techniques, population analysis, and habitat analysis of wildlife populations. Emphasis will be placed on but not limited to local wildlife. Laboratories will be classroom and field-based, giving practical, hands-on applications of lecture material. Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in Environmental Science 210 or Biology 211. Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 3 hours per week, as well as field trips. 08/23/2021-12/13/2021 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 01:00PM - 01:50PM, Room to be Announced (more)...