SDG 15. Life on Land - Graduate Courses

RUTGERS–NEW BRUNSWICK

Wildlife Ecology and Conservation (16:215:564)
Department of Ecology and Evolution, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences

This lecture and lab course provides a quantitative analysis and understanding of the ecology, management, and conservation of game and non-game wildlife (terrestrial and aquatic). Other topics include population censusing and dynamics, harvesting, habitat requirements and fragmentation, conservation genetics, and managing protected areas.

Fundamentals of Ecosystem Ecology (16:215:650)
Department of Ecology and Evolution, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences

This course provides a critical review of ecosystem ecology, including biogeochemical cycles and budgets, ecosystem energetics, the theory and history of ecosystem ecology, and the response of ecosystems to disturbance.

 

Protect, restore, and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosytems, sustainable manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss