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Wildlife Ecology and Management

Wildlife Ecology and Management

This course focuses on the ecological processes and conservation management tools relevant to the survival of free-ranging mammal, bird, reptile and amphibian populations. Students will utilize a diversity of approaches ranging from field research to computer exercises to address wildlife ecology, management and conversation issues. Topics that will be discusses include wildlife habitat assessment, population abundance and density estimates, nutritional ecology, wildlife disease management, as well as endangered species restoration, both in a US and international context.

Environment and Sustainability
Literature, Science, & Arts » Program in the Environment
Course Number(s) UM Course ID Academic Level Credits Sustainability Category*
EAS 518, ENVIRON 438 047617 Undergraduate, Graduate 3.0 Sustainability-Focused

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