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WLDL 311 - Quantitative Methods for Wildlife and Fisheries Research and Management


Description:
Practical experience in formulating hypotheses, designing field studies, analyzing and interpreting data commonly collected in wildlife and fisheries research and management. Through examples and collected data sets, learn appropriate design, selection of quantitative methods, biological interpretation of results, field complications, and impacts of violations of assumptions. Available for graduate credit as WLDL 511 .

Prerequisites:
Either MATH 255  (or concurrent registration) or FOR 321  (or concurrent registration), and CNR Major; or Instructor Consent

Typically Offered:
(I, II)

3 cr.



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