Conservation Biology and Restoration Ecology (CBRE)
This course is no longer offered. If you are interested in the course, please let Shelly Witt know (switt01"at"fs.fed.us). Forest Service employees can "Request" in Aglearn.
- Explain legal and policy implications of conservation
biology and restoration ecology.
- Describe underlying ecological processes and
apply concepts from theoretical ecology, habitat fragmentation,
population viability analysis, restoration as mitigation, and
exotic species invasions.
- Discuss temporal and spatial scales of ecosystems.
Apply current concepts for conserving biological diversity and
ecological relationships throughout the landscape.
- Apply, accept, and accommodate information uncertainties.
Discussions and field trips address Forest Service activities,
and incorporate applicable advances in Conservation Biology and
Restoration Ecology from National and International examples.
Interactive discussions, activities, and field trips will focus
on the perspective of participants. Participants are expected
to have a basic knowledge of conservation biology.
Date: "Request" in AgLearn; when we reach sufficient interest, we will host
Registration Status: No Longer Offered. "Request" in AgLearn; when we reach sufficient interest, we will host.
wo 2600 conservation biology restoration ecology
Registering in AgLearn
Dropping from the Workshop:
Tuition is low for this workshop consequently there is not much
leeway on letting people drop. If you are registered, check with
us first, just in case we have a waiting list. If there is not
a waiting list, you will need to find a substitute or pay fixed
costs. The budget has been set and spent based on current confirmation.
Thank you for your understanding and consideration.