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FW 552 - Applied Sampling for Wildlife/Fish Studies

  • 3 credits

Survey sampling theory and techniques, including distance sampling, with emphasis on wildlife and fish studies.

This course can be applied toward:

Prerequisite

STAT 301 or STAT 307.

Important Information

Registration is restricted to FWCB Plan C Masters students through Dec. 20. Any seats remaining in the course will be available to non-Plan C students after Dec. 20.

Textbooks and Materials

Required

  • Sampling, 3rd Ed. (2012)
    Thompson, S.K. John Wiley & Sons, New York
    Not available at the CSU Bookstore

Instructors

Lise Aubry
Lise Aubry

Lise Aubry is an associate professor in the Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology. She is a population ecologist interested in quantifying the impacts of anthropogenic factors (climate change, habitat fragmentation) on the ecology, demography, and microevolution of wild species (mainly vertebrates). How wild populations respond to management actions (e.g., harvest) and conservation practices is also a topic of great interest. Her research calls for the analyses of longitudinal data and methodologies that stem from demography, population ecology, and life history theory.