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Class Schedule BIOL / MARI 3063 "Resource Ecology", Winter term Class description: This class considers the ecology, utilization, and management
 

Summary: Class Schedule BIOL / MARI 3063 "Resource Ecology", Winter term
Class description: This class considers the ecology, utilization, and management
of natural resources in fisheries, wildlife and forest management, agriculture and
aquaculture. Topics include population dynamics, community interactions, and
ecosystem support of resources as well as the history of resource utilization,
practices of controlling production, pests, and predators, and sustainable
management strategies.
INSTRUCTOR: H. K. Lotze
FORMAT: Lecture 2 hours, tutorial 2 hours
PREREQUISITE: BIOL 2060.03, MATH 1000.03 (or STAT 1060.03 or DISP)
Max. Enrolment: 30
Lectures: Mon / Wed 1:30 2:30
Tutorial: Mon 2:30 4:30
Syllabus
The lectures are divided into "Species lectures" which cover the history of and current
utilization, management and conservation for a particular species group (e.g. lecture 2, 4,
6...) and "Topics lectures" which cover distinct topics in the ecology, management, and
conservation of natural resources (e.g. lectures 3, 5, 7...). In the tutorials, students work on
and present case studies and engage in group activities.
Week Day Lecture

  

Source: Adl, Sina - Department of Biology, Dalhousie University

 

Collections: Environmental Sciences and Ecology