ENV 507 Natural Resource Management

Prerequisites: ENV 501 and ENV 502, or permission of the instructor.  Introduces students to the basic biological and ecological principles of natural resource management and the complexities of applying these principles to real-world problems. Quantitative and qualitative techniques are used to analyze ecosystems in an integrated fashion that combines biological, economic and political considerations. The impact of climate change on management plans is also considered



Cross Listed Courses

Double-numbered course; offered with undergraduate-level ENSP 407


Spring Semester