The courses offered by ECOS are arena courses in which the students disseminate the relationship between ecology and society. We also offer courses in economics for students with an ecology background, as well as courses in ecology for students with an economic background.
Natural resource economics for non-economics
Basic microeconomics. 2 ETCS. October 16-20, Lecturer: Professor Bengt Kriström, Department of Forest Economics, SLU and CERE
Natural resource economics. 2 ETCS. (Not yet determined), Lecturer: Post Doc researcher Erlend Dancke Sandorf, Department of Forest Economics, SLU and CERE
Economic policy instruments. 2 ETCS. December 4-8, Lecturer: Associate Senior Lecturer Chandra Kiran Krishnamurthy, Department of Forest Economics and CERE
Ecology for non-ecologists
Populations, communities and ecosystems (1.5 ECTS) 27/11 –1/12 2017
Resources, competition and predation (1.5 ECTS) 4/12 –8/12 2017
Conservation ecology (2 ECTS) 11/12 –20/12 2017
Natural resource policy and governance
Natural resource policy and governance. 2 ETCS.
Natural resource policy and conflict management. 2 ETCS.
Introduction to the statistical program R
Basic R - statistics 3 ETCS.
Advanced R – statistics 3 ETCS.
Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Use
HD – basic theory. 1.5 ETCS
Belief system; structures, cases and role plays. 1.5 ETCS
Conservation conflicts and stakeholder analysis. 1.5 ETCS
Conflicts and communication
Communication for effective management of social-ecological systems, 1.5 ECTS
ARM for the future - Adaptive resource management
Adaptive resource management, theory 1.5 ETCS
Case study: Megaherbivore management in practice 1.5 ETCS
Case study: Large carnivore management in practice 1.5 ETCS
Social ecological system mapping
System thinking, theories and concepts 1.5 ETCS
SES mapping - multiple mapping techniques 1.5 ETCS