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BI1301

Applied Population Ecology

The aim of the course is to cover theoretical foundations of population ecology, and important applications of population ecology to solve real-world problems. Important theoretical concepts of population ecology are included in lectures and assigned readings to ensure a solid foundation of population ecology, but the course focuses on the many important applications of population ecology to solve real world problems (with in-depth considerations of selected aspects). The course addresses the sustainable use of harvested animal populations and specific difficulties related to conserving less common or endangered species by considering the demographic and genetic problems posed by small and/or fragmented populations. Hence, in both lectures and exercises, the course covers the population genetics, structure, demography, dynamics and stability of populations. Compulsory exercises occur. Selected methods for obtaining information required for decision-making in conservation and management (e.g. assessments of demographic structure and population size, etc.) are also covered.

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BI1301-20120 - Course evaluation report

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Additional course evaluations for BI1301

Academic year 2022/2023

Applied Population Ecology (BI1301-20134)

2022-11-01 - 2023-01-15

Academic year 2021/2022

Applied Population Ecology (BI1301-20040)

2021-11-02 - 2022-01-16

Academic year 2020/2021

Applied Population Ecology (BI1301-20016)

2020-11-02 - 2021-01-17

Academic year 2019/2020

Applied Population Ecology (BI1301-20032)

2019-11-01 - 2020-01-19

Academic year 2018/2019

Applied Population Ecology (BI1301-20054)

2018-11-05 - 2019-01-20

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Course facts

The course is offered as an independent course: Yes The course is offered as a programme course: Management of Fish and Wildlife Populations - Master's Programme Forest Science - Master's Programme Tuition fee: Tuition fee only for non-EU/EEA/Switzerland citizens: 38060 SEK Cycle: A1N
Subject: Forest Science Biology
Course code: BI1301 Application code: SLU-20120 Location: Umeå Distance course: No Language: English Responsible department: Department of Wildlife, Fish, & Environmental Studies Pace: 100%