Principles of ecology as applied to the management of fisheries and wildlife communities. Topics include the growth and regulation of populations, interactions among species and their environments, tools and techniques used to assess and manage fisheries and wildlife. Special emphasis will be placed applying knowledge using case studies and class exercises to demonstrate key principles.
Prerequisite: BIOL 208.
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|Institution||University of Alberta|
|Fields of study||Agriculture, forestry and fishery (broad programmes)Natural environments and wildlife|
|Teaching place||University of Alberta|