BI 424 Woodland Ecology and Management 4 Cr.
A review of biotic and abiotic factors controlling the forest environment, methods for determining vegetation structure and succession, introduction to major forest associations in the Northeast, and consequences of various harvesting and management techniques. 3 lecture hours, 3 field hours. Prereqs: BI 351 or BI 316, or permission of instructor. Offered Spring even years.
Residential Programs Catalog
Charles A. Dana Professor Karen Hinkle; Professor Lauren Howard; Associate Professors Megan Doczi (Chair), Scott Page; Assistant Professors Allison Neal and Simon Pearish; Lecturers David Ebenstein (Lab Coordinator), Mary Beth Klinger-Lawrence and Virginia Kunkel.