F 624 - Fire Ecology

  • 3 credits
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This course covers effects of varying fire behavior and time on species, communities, and ecosystems; adaptations to fire that differing species exhabit; and implications of fire ecology for current and future sustainable ecosystem and natural resources management.

This course can be applied toward:

Prerequisite

ECOL 505 or F 310/rs 310 or F 311 or LIFE 320 or NR 565 or NR 578 or RS 300 or RS 452.

Important Information

Registration is restricted to students admitted to the Master of Natural Resources Stewardship degree program. Contact Sonya Le Febre the week prior to the course start to inquire about registering as a non-admitted student.

Textbooks and Materials

No textbook required

Instructors

Peter Brown

Dr. Peter Brown is Director of Rocky Mountain Tree-Ring Research (rmtrr.org). He received his Ph.D. from Colorado State University in Forest Sciences and is an affiliate faculty member of the Department of Forest and Rangeland Stewardship. Dr. Brown also holds an M.S. in Watershed Management and a B.A. in Anthropology, both from the University of Arizona.

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