My Courses since Fall 2000

"The recipe for perpetual ignorance is: be satisfied with your opinions and content with your knowledge."
Elbert Hubbard

    Here is a listing of the courses that I teach (the course websites are not up-to-date since the University of Arizona has migrated to the D2L, a common course platform):

Spring 2002, 2004, 2007, 2010 Offering:

 WFSC 595H: Applications of Behavioral Ecology to Conservation Biology

 Course Description:  A graduate level colloquium to examine the various ways that behavioral ecology theory can be applied to conservation questions.  This colloquium will involve short introductory lectures to the theory of the day's topic provided by the faculty member followed by discussions of primary literature facilitated by graduate students.

Fall 2001-10 Offering:

 RNR 316: Natural Resources Ecology

  Course Description:  An undergraduate course that serves as one of the required core courses for students majoring in renewable natural resource disciplines.  The course examines the principles of plant, animal, and community ecology important to the understanding and management of renewable natural resources.

Spring 2003, 2005, 2008 Offering:

 WFSC 595: Management and Conservation of Small Mammals

 Course Description:  A graduate level colloquium to examine various aspects and approaches of the management and conservation of small mammals.  This colloquium will involve short introductory lectures to the theory of the day's topic provided by the graduate student leader followed by discussions of pertinent primary literature.

Spring 2001, 2006, 2009 Offering:

 WFSC 595G: Biogeography and Conservation of Sky Islands

  Course Description:  A graduate level colloquium to examine the diverse history of uses and values of the montane islands of the US-Mexican borderlands, gain an appreciation for the biological diversity and ecology of these sky islands, and understand current management issues and challenges facing resource managers
 

Fall 2000, 2009, 2010 Offering:

Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences (4): Wildlife Management--Mammalian Species

  Catalog Course Description:  Management of wildlife as a resource; characteristics of wildlife species; principles of population dynamics in wildlife populations; techniques used in studying wildlife. Field Trips. Writing Emphasis Course. P, RNR 384.
 
 

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