Subject: Graduate/ Professional Conservation Training Courses - Deadlines ApproachingSPRING/SUMMER 2012
Graduate/Professional Training Courses and Certificates
Smithsonian-Mason Global Conservation Studies Program, Front Royal, VA
For more information, visit http://conservationtraining.si.edu
or e-mail SCBItraining@si.edu
Statistics for Ecology and Conservation Biology - March 5-16, 2012
(application deadline extended, must apply now!)
Gain in-depth knowledge of analysis techniques for cutting-edge conservation and ecological research, employing R.
Species Monitoring & Conservation: Amphibians
March 26- April 6, 2012
Gain hands-on experience in the various in-situ and ex-situ practices being applied to monitoring amphibians and addressing their critical decline, including captive breeding, land management, monitoring and assessment, collections and vouchers, and data analysis as well as the applications of genetics and disease testing.
Species Monitoring & Conservation: Terrestrial Mammals
April 16-27, 2012
This course teaches current techniques in assessment and monitoring of wild mammal populations, including bats.
Non-Invasive Genetic Techniques in Wildlife Conservation
May 19-25, 2012
Learn how new developments in non-invasive genetics allow biologists and managers to answer questions in animal behavior, population biology and population management.
Adaptive Management for Conservation Success
June 11-22, 2012
This course is taught in partnership with Foundations of Success (FOS). Working in teams on a real conservation project, participants practice conceptualizing projects, formulating objectives and providing evidence of conservation results.
Stay tuned for upcoming announcements of our new 2012/2013 Course Schedule and check for updates on our website here: http://conservationtraining.si.edu
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Monday, January 09, 2012