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Prerequisites: NRE 2345; open to junior or higher Natural Resources majors, others by instructor consent. Recommended preparation: STAT 1100; MATH 1060, and MATH 1110 or higher; and EEB 2244E.
Grading Basis: Graded
Design and implementation of projects for wildlife research and monitoring that address conservation and management issues. Topics include capture and handling of animals, population estimation, wildlife-habitat relationships, resource selection, and space use. This course is designed for pre-professional students and meets professional certification requirements. One or more field trips will be required.
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