Advanced Concepts in Aquatic Ecosystems
Utah State University
Distance Learning - Video Conference/Online/Email
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& Workshop Info
Now "On Demand". Email Brett Roper or Shelly Witt to schedule.
Welcome to the Advanced Concepts
in Aquatic Ecosystem Analysis workshop!
What is this workshop all about?
Objectives are to:
- explain and discuss the aquatic biologist's
role in the watershed/ecosystem analysis process;
explain current climate change information to aquatic systems and management decisions
- apply specific analysis methods relating to
Target audience is journey-level fish biologists and aquatic
There is significant work involved in this workshop. This is
an interactive, participant dependent process.
Pre-Readings: Will be sent to registered participants and listed here once determined.
Millare, Constance, et al. 2007. Climate Change and Forests of the Future: Managing in the Face of Uncertainty. Ecological Applications, 17(8): 2154-2151
Ficke, Ashley D., et al. 2007. Potential Impacts of Global Climate Change on Freshwater Fisheries. Rev. Fish Biol Fisheries, 17: 581-613
Kimbell, Abigail R., et al. 2009. Using Forestry to Secure America's Water Supply. Journal of Forestry, April/May, Discussion
Parmesan, Camille. 2006. Ecological and Evolutionary Responses to Recent Climate Change. Annu. Rev. Ecol. Evol. Syst., 37: 637 - 669
Paying Tuition: Tuition is free. Yes, FREE.
wo 2600 advanced aquatic ecosystem analysis
Registering in AgLearn
Dropping from the Workshop: Pretty simple -- remove yourself in AgLearn or contact Shelly Witt (switt01"@"fs.fed.us)