Course details

Fish & Fisheries in Chng Wrld — FISH F110-UX1

    CRN Course Dates Description Instructor Credits Notes Prerequisites
    75404 2019-08-26 to 2019-12-14 This course is an exploration of the patterns of fish diversity, and the resilience and sustainability that results. The topics that we will cover are intended to act as foundational principles that fisheries resource professionals will use throughout their careers. Together we will examine the complexity of what constitutes a "fishery" and better understand the factors that have led some fisheries to collapse and others to persist. In addition to lectures, students will read, discuss and write extensively and by doing so, can expect to gain better understanding of the "science of sustainability" with regards to 21st century fisheries in Alaska and beyond. Peter Westley 3.00 SN# OPEN REGISTRATION to all students. ONLINE course. Register at your local campus or UAOnline. This class has a synchronous video conference which meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:45 am to 11:15 am. Books and materials may be purchased at the UAF Bookstore, www.uaf.bkstr.com. This course uses UA Google Apps.

    ESTIMATE of Tuition & Fees.

    000-200 Level:  $669
    Standard Fees:   $150
    Departmental or Other Fees:   VARIES

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