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Wetland Ecology and Management WATS 4310 / 6310


Explores the physical, chemical, and biological structure of wetlands. Focuses on the ecology and management of major wetland types and wetland birds found in North America (with emphasis on the Intermountain West); U.S. wetland policy and mitigation; and regional, national, and global impacts on wetlands

Cost: Current USU Tuition for 3 credits. No additional Course Fee. Please register on Banner
Note, tuition for 1 credit varies between $601.21 and $2482.92 per credit based on undergraduate vs. graduate, in-state vs. out-of-state, and total number of credits) 
Online: January 19 - May 5, 2021 (This portion of class is all online.)
Field Intensive: May 10 - 13, 2021 (This portion of class in a in person field trip.)

Instruction Team

Karin Kettenring

Dr. Karin Kettenring

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Frank Howe

Dr. Frank Howe

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Nate Norman

Nate Norman is a wetland scientists in the Logan Utah area with professional experience in wetland delineation, permitting, mitigation, and restoration. he will teach the Wetland Delineation and Section 404 Permitting Field Practicum on May 12 and 13.