Wetland Ecology and Management CEWA 6310
Students in this course will gain factual knowledge and learn fundamental principles related to wetland ecology including: types of wetlands; wetland ecosystem functions and services; threats to and impacts on wetlands; wetland policy and mitigation; wetland hydrology, chemistry, and soils; wetland plant adaptations and community dynamics; wetland bird ecology and diversity; wetland delineation; and wetland hydrologic, vegetation, and avian management. Students will also learn to apply course materials towards solving problems in the context of wetland management in the Intermountain West.
This course will be taught next in Spring of 2021.
Cost: $1750 (early bird $875) Schedule: Online: February 18 - April 19, 2019 Field Intensive: May 6 - 10, 2019
Dr. Karin Kettenring
Dr. Frank Howe
Todd Sherman and Nate Norman
Todd Sherman and Nate Norman are wetland scientists in the Logan Utah area with professional experience in wetland delineation, permitting, mitigation, and restoration. They will teach the Wetland Delineation and Section 404 Permitting Field Practicum on May 9 and 10.