|FOR2006||Management of Natural Systems||4 ch (3C 3L)|
Introduces management design issues and practices for a variety of natural systems so that students can effectively work across related disciplines. Objectives: (a) quantitatively design and evaluate strategies aimed at producing a desired set of outcomes for natural systems, including forests, wildlife populations, and hydrological networks; and b) communicate technical information clearly and succinctly in written format.
Prerequisite: ENR 1001 .
Co-requisite: ENR2004 or permission of the instructor.