Measure and assess our natural resources

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The Center for Biodiversity, in partnership with the Center for Natural Resource Management and Protection, is currently running the Hemlock Ecosystem Management Study—a multi-year study of how the loss of eastern hemlock trees affects ecosystems and people in Maine.
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The Sustainable Forest Management minor offers students the opportunity to acquire the knowledge and skills to measure and assess forest and other natural resources in order to understand the ecology of forest systems.

Manage for environmental services; manage forest fuels; understand sustainable harvest methods and processes; comprehend the production and marketing of sustainable forest products; and understand how social, economic, and ecological forces impact the management of forests and their resources.

Course Requirements

FY 2013 Forest Measurements
FY 2043 Dendrology
FY 2163 Wildland Fire Science and Management
FY 3223 Forest Ecology
FY 4003 Forests and Society
FY 4213 Silviculture

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