FISH 503 Advanced
This course is designed in two-day (Thursdays and Fridays) modules to
treat topics in depths that are of importance to those working in the
aquatic resources professions. Each module will include theory and
practical application of that theory in hands-on field or computer labs.
Each module is approved for continuing education credits with North
American Lakes Management Society CLMs and CLPs program for recertification.
Modules include but are not limited to: Coring and Paleolimnology; Oxygen and water
chemistry; Data management and visualization; Mapping and bathymetry; and
metrics and indices for bioassessment. See the
Modules for further information.
To provide in-depth
theory and practical hands-on field or laboratory experiences in areas of
limnology related to real-world needs of aquatic professionals; and to
intersperse students taking course for university credit with
An undergraduate limnology or equivalent aquatic ecology course and/or
For non-University of
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Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources
College of Natural Resources
the University of Idaho