Aaron Weiskittel – Courses

SFR 402/503 – Advanced Forest Measurements and Models, Syllabus

A continuation of the topics introduced in SFR 205 including methods used to measure log, tree, stand, and forest-level attributes. Students will also learn how to sample and analyze forest resources data including use of spreadsheets, databases, and stand projection models. Because of overlap, SFR 402 and SFR 503 cannot both be taken for degree credit, Lec 2 Lab 2. Course may have field trips during class times.
Prerequisites: SFR 205 or Graduate Standing.
Course Typically Offered: Spring
Credits: 3

SFR 575 – Advanced Forest Biometrics and Modeling, Syllabus

Advanced Forest Biometrics and Modeling explores the fields of forest growth modeling and biometrics.  Growth modeling involves the projection of forest dynamics through time, while biometrics is the collection, synthesis, analysis, and management of quantitative data on biological communities such as forests.
Prerequisites & Notes: SFR 402 or SFR 503; or graduate standing.
Credits: e