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Principles of Wildlife Ecology and Management


Principles of Wildlife Ecology and Management

University of Maryland Extension's Woodland Wildlife webinar series - February 7, 2013
Principles of Wildlife Ecology and Management, presented by Jim Mullan, Wildlife Biologist, Maryland Dept. of Natural Resources Wildlife and Heritage Service.

Principles of Wildlife Ecology Management

Jim Mullan - Maryland Dept. of Natural Resources
Presented at Maryland Woodland Stewards training, May 2013

Wildlife Management Principles: Understanding Population Dynamics

Wildlife population models can be quite simple and straightforward. As we add more detail to a model, the only to do the hundreds and sometimes thousands of calculations needed is with a computer. We can think of computer simulation models as tools that help us visualize and represent the thinking we already do.

Wildlife Ecology & Management students get a hands-on education

The wildlife and ecology management bachelor's degrees sets students up for a career in the outdoors. Take what you learn in the classroom and apply it outside, supplemented with a lot of face-to-face time with professors.

Wildlife Ecology and Management

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In this wildlife ecology and management class, students are learning forestry techniques for measuring forest health, economic value and value to wildlife. Students collected data on old growth trees in Virginia's Paul State Forest using Biltmore sticks, clinometers, DBH tapes, increment borers and wedge prisms. The data was compared to the economic and habitat value of a data set on the Alaska's Tongass Forest.

Trail cameras were also set up to monitor staked down deer antlers in order to find out how much mass and length was lost to the antlers over time from rodent consumption.

For more information on the emphasis in wildlife biology, take a look at the biology major or environmental science major at

Topic 1 - Introduction to Wildlife Management

Presented by :
Dr. Chong Ju Lian

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Ecological Management and Conservation Biology

– We’re in the middle of a biodiversity crisis; the sixth mass extinction event on Earth. Over half of the world’s wildlife has vanished in the last fifty years. There is unprecedented pressure on the environment due to exploitation, habitat degradation and loss, climate change, invasive species, pollution and emerging diseases. You can be part of something to help address this.

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Wildlife Management Principles: Sex Ratio and Population Productivity

The adult sex ratio of a population affects herd productivity and therefore has implications for harvest management strategies.

Conservation and Restoration Ecology: Crash Course Ecology #12

Hank wraps up the Crash Course on ecology by taking a look at the growing fields of conservation biology and restoration ecology, which use all the kung fu moves we've learned about in the past eleven weeks and apply them to protecting ecosystems and to cleaning up the messes that we've already made.

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Table of Contents
1) Types of Diversity 3:00
2) Conservation Biology 4:12
A) Small Population Conservation 4:26
B) Declining Population Conservation 5:50
3) Restoration Ecology 7:06
A) Structural Restoration 7:30
B) Bioremediation 7:48
C) Biological Augmentation 8:03

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