Fish Ecology and Management

biol 342 - Great Lakes - Summer Session II

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Introduction to the relation of freshwater fish species and their environments in lakes and streams with concurrent examination of techniques and technologies employed to manage populations and species for conservation, recreational use, and commercial harvest. This course will provide understanding of freshwater fish taxonomy and phylogenetic relationships, habitat requirements of major fish species by life stages, stream habitat assessment, population measuring and monitoring, and strategies for management of recreational and commercial species and conservation of threatened and endangered species. (4 credits)

Applied.

Professor: Aaron Koning

Meets: Wednesday & Friday