|15-415 Wildlife Conservation and Management W(3-2) [0.50]|
This course builds on previous courses in population and community ecology to evaluate the long-term dynamics of threatened populations in the context of human intervention. The course will also provide a "hands-on" introduction to computer modelling, with application to contemporary issues in population ecology and resource mangaement. Lectures will be drawn from the following topics: growth and regulation of single populations, long-term persistence of ecological communities, harvesting, bio-economics, and habit modification.
|Prerequisites: 1 of 15-201, 15-311, 15-411, 15-412 or 17-205.|
|Exclusions: 15-414, 92-411.|
|1998-99 Undergraduate Calendar|
Last revised: May 31, 1998.