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WILD(FISH) 8370-8370L

Concepts and practices of Bayesian modeling for problem solving in natural resources management. Comparison to frequentist approaches, with Bayesian analogues presented. Demonstration of usefulness of Bayesian approach to analysis of complex study designs, with emphasis on plant, insect, fish, and wildlife populations.

Credit hours:
3
Other information:

Offered spring semester every odd-numbered year.

Course name:
Bayesian Modeling for Conservation Science