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fisheries and their management

instructor: sean todd


This page provides resources for students enrolled in the class Fisheries and their Management. The class is intended as an intermediate introduction to the field of fisheries management. As such, this topic is vast and highly multi-disciplinary, including contributions from biologists, statisticians, economists, sociologists and politicians. Thus, we will likely only scratch the surface of its content. The course is also designed to dovetail into the 2002 Spring offering of Marine Policy; students may wish to consider taking these two classes in tandem. The course qualifies for ES credit by encouraging critical thinking and examining scientific method. Details regarding the class can be found here. Students enrolled in the Fall 2001 class can also check their class schedule.

This page also provides links to class assignments, class presentations, the reserve reading list, various resources and websites.