Tools for Evaluating Populations and Habitats (TEPH)
- become familiar with current tools for managing and monitoring populations,
- specifically occupancy modeling and landscape genetics.
The complete course consists of three segments: two introductory webinars, a 4-hour online segment, and 4 days at Northern Arizona University.
The two webinars provide a course overview and introduce management and monitoring situations that could benefit from the use of occupancy modeling and landscape genetics.
During the online session, participants read seminal papers on each of the course topics and use interactive, learner-centered approaches to test their newly-gained knowledge.
The "Live Onsite" session in Flagstaff enable participants to focus on each of the tools through a combination of presentations, discussion groups, and hands-on computer exercises.
- Online sessions: between April 21-May 9, 2014
- Flagstaff session: May 13-16, 2014 [Travel: 5/12 and 5/16]
Location: Virtual + Flagstaff, AZ
Virtual = Onine and Webinar
Tuition: Two Options
(1) $500 for full course
(2) $75 for online sessions only
Host: Landscape Conservation Initiative, NAU
Cadre: Dr. Carol Chambers, Dr. Christina Vojta (NAU) and Dr. Sam Cushman (USFS)
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Dr. Carol Chambers
PO Box 5694
Northern Arizona University
Flagstaff, AZ 86011