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WFC103 – Applied Statistics in Wildlife Research: An introduction for lower division undergraduate students into basic statistics for wildlife research, including general guiding principles of developing research questions and projects, random variables and distributions, basic probability theory and statistical estimation.

WFC124 – Sampling Animal Populations: This course for upper division undergraduate students covers techniques commonly used by wildlife biologists to estimate population parameters such as occurrence, abundance or survival from typical field survey data, while accounting for imperfect detection. Approaches covered include static and dynamic occupancy modeling, distance sampling, repeated count models and closed and open capture-recapture models.