RRM-2259 Principles of Fishery Science

3.0 credits

This course is an introduction to fishery science, basic lake and stream survey techniques, and the identification, biology and management of important species. Factors of aquatic productivity, introductory population dynamics, regulations and fish habitat are related to the objectives and tools of management. Not available for supplemental.

Equivalencies: RRM-259.

Prerequisites: 
TAKE BIO-1163 BIO-2269;
Corequisites: 
RRM-2259L

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