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FOR302 FOREST MEASUREMENTS FIELD CAMP Course Page
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FOR303 FOREST ENGINEERING FIELD CAMP Course Page
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FOR304 FOREST ECOLOGY FIELD CAMP Course Page
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FOR456 INTERNATIONAL FORESTRY Course Page
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FOR501 Special Topics in Forestry Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: consent of Instructor.

FOR502 Problems in Forest Ecology Course Page

Description: Individual study. Directed study in forest ecology. Prerequisite: consent of Instructor.

FOR503 Problems in Silviculture Course Page

Description: Individual study. Directed study in silviculture. Prerequisite: consent of Instructor.

FOR535 Problems in Forest Resources Management Course Page

Description: Individual study. Directed study in forest resources management. Prerequisite: consent of Instructor.

FOR545 Problems in Forest Fire Course Page

Description: Individual study. Directed study in forest fire. Prerequisite: consent of Instructor.

FOR546 ADVANCED FIRE ECOLOGY Course Page

Description: The role of fire as a forcing function in ecosystem dynamics in the physical components (energy flows and nutrient cycling) and in the biotic components (individual, populations, and community levels). The role of fire in high profile scientific questions such as climate change, rainforest clearing and smoke pollution should be useful for students in zoology, botany, and geography as well as forest science, wildlife science, plant science, and conservation science. Note that this course follows the introductory FOR 340. Prerequisites: A basic ecology course and consent of Instructor.

FOR555 Problems in Forest Hydrology Course Page

Description: Individual study. Directed study in forest hydrology. Prerequisite: consent of Instructor.

FOR590 Seminar in Tree Improvement Course Page

Description: Reports and discussion of current literature and advanced topics in forest genetics and tree improvement. Prerequisites: Graduate standing and consent of Instructor; FOR 490 or REN R 490 recommended.