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Courses are the building blocks of a university education. Each course has a specific scope, as detailed in the course syllabus. A course may form part of a degree programme or may be taken as a self-contained course.


Det finns 103 sidor som är taggade med Course:

Forest animals

Do you want to learn about forest animals, their origin, biology and distribution patterns? Then this is the course for you! CTA Forest animals In this course you will study the biology of Swedish

Oskar

Can nocturnal butterflies use power lines in the forest as a habitat? Oskar wants to find out in his master's thesis at Wildlife, Fish and Environmental Studies. Who am I? My name is Oskar Lövbom,

Master's Thesis

Do you want to work in forests, in arctic environments, on savannas, or in tropical rainforests? Are you interested in ­historical data, or spatial data such as animal move­ments or distribution of

Linnea

Linnea Edwang Stridbo writes her Master's thesis at the Department of Wildlife, Fish and Environmental Studies. With her work she hopes to contribute to nature conservation of the unique conifer lime

Maria

Conservationist Maria Michold wanted to collect the data for her Master's thesis herself. She is currently inventoring lichens and then evaluating how different species respond to alternative

Podcast Wild research bites

Podcast Wild research bites

A podcast from the Department of Wildlife, Fish and Environmental Studies at SLU, Umeå, where two Ph.D. students bite into topics regarding research, education, and current forest and

Fish and Wildlife Census Techniques

The management and conservation of species demands knowledge about population sizes and changes over time. During this course students learn how to plan inventories, apply the most important

Wildlife management and implementation

Do you want to work with wildlife management issues? Or are you already doing it, but want to develop your skills? Then this is the course for you! CTA Viltförvaltning och viltvård eng The course is

Applied Population Ecology

Why do some populations grow while others decline? How large is a population required to be sure that a species will not go extinct? How can we best select among alternate ways of conserving an

Forest Conservation Biology

Do you want to work with nature conservation at a forest company, authority, NGO, as a prospective researcher or internationally? Then the course Forest Conservation Biology is something for you. CTA

Summer course 2019

Visit the fish ladder in Norrfors, hike in Ammarnäs and meet a reindeer herder. Together with participants from the United States, you learn about sustainable use of natural resources and investigate

Gender and Forests

This PhD course will provide the students with an improved understanding of gendered and power processes of and in relation to forests, primary in a northern context. The course is either 3.0 credit

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