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QUANTITATIVE ECOLOGY & RESOURCE MGMT

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QERM 514 Analysis of Ecological and Environmental Data I (4) Conquest
Overview of generalized linear models (GLMs), their use in forestry, fisheries, wildlife ecology, and environmental monitoring. Analysis of the statistical tests that fall under GLMS: chi-square tests on contingency tables, t-tests, analysis of variances, etc. Statistical software S+/R used throughout. Offered: Sp.
Instructor Course Description: Loveday L Conquest

QERM 597 Seminar in Quantitative Ecology (2)
Current topics in quantitative ecology and resource management. Fisheries, forestry, and marine resources. Offered: ASp.
Instructor Course Description: James J Anderson

QERM 598 Special Topics in Quantitative Resource Management (1-3, max. 12)
Population and community ecology, systems ecology, and physical processes in ecosystems. Prerequisite: permission of instructor.

QERM 599 Research in Quantitative Resource Management and Ecology (*, max. 12)
Topics can be theoretical in nature or combined theory and experiment. Research might be a prelude to thesis or dissertation research. Credit/no-credit only.

QERM 600 Independent Study or Research (*-)

QERM 700 Master's Thesis (*-)

QERM 800 Doctoral Dissertation (*-)