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FANR 3000

Introduction to equipment used in the field to navigate across the landscape and to measure a variety of natural resource attributes. Basic statistical sampling techniques will be reviewed and applied in the field to obtain information at a desired level of precision and statistical confidence level. Concepts will be presented in lecture and apply during field labs. Field data will be summarized and evaluated to create reports of field findings.

Credit hours:
2
Prerequisites or Corequisites:

Not open to students with credit in FORS 3000-3000L

Prerequisite: FANR 3000L

Course name:
Field Orientation, Measurements, and Sampling in Forestry and Natural Resources