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1 August 2017 Designing an Interdisciplinary Management Plan as a Capstone Experience in a Conservation and Wildlife Management Class
Brian F.M. Olechnowski
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The academic fields of conservation biology and wildlife management have become highly interdisciplinary. The political, economic, sociological, and ethical dimensions within these fields must be studied and considered by students as conservationists put their management plans into practice. This paper presents a semester-long project for undergraduates in which they design a comprehensive interdisciplinary management plan that will enhance their understanding of conservation and wildlife management.

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Brian F.M. Olechnowski "Designing an Interdisciplinary Management Plan as a Capstone Experience in a Conservation and Wildlife Management Class," The American Biology Teacher 79(6), 455-459, (1 August 2017). https://doi.org/10.1525/abt.2017.79.6.455
Published: 1 August 2017
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