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Landscape Ecology and Conservation of Amphibians

June 27 - July 8

Instructors: Dr. Bill Peterman (Ohio State University)

Amphibians are among the most imperiled taxa globally, with habitat loss and degradation posing the greatest threats. Landscape ecology and conservation biology provide an appropriate lens to address these threats. This course will provide an overview of landscape ecology and conservation biology principles as they pertain to amphibian ecology and life history. Students will gain an understanding of course topics through lecture, discussion of primary literature, as well as hands-on exercises and field excursions. Students will also obtain a foundational understanding of GIS technologies through lab exercises. There will be an emphasis on the salamander diversity of the Southern Appalachians and their habitats throughout the course.

Prerequisites: Zoology, Herpetology or Vertebrate Biology; Ecology or Population Biology; or permission from instructor

Cost: $1000 course fee + $600 housing fee (if staying on-site)

Click here for the syllabus.

Details

Start:
June 27
End:
July 8
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Venue

Highlands Biological Station
265 North 6th St
Highlands, NC 28741 United States
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Phone:
828-526-2602
Website:
highlandsbiological.org