CSP7089 - Innovative Approaches to Wildlife/Highway Interactions

Course CodeCSP7089
Course TitleInnovative Approaches to Wildlife/Highway Interactions
Description
Video presented in an instructional context. (DVD will be mailed to learner).

Objectives: After completing the video lesson along with the “question and answer” sections in this study guide, you will be able to:
1) Define how highways interact with wildlife, including impacts.
2) List the types of structures that reduce wildlife impacts from highways.
3) Describe the role of interdisciplinary networking and partnerships important to the highway project planning process related to wildlife structures.

Target Audience: FWS, NPS, BLM & all natural resource professionals and engineers seeking highway planning and construction approaches.

Tuition: $50.00 for non-FWS/NPS/BLM if taking for credit.

Primary Contact: Marilyn Williams: marilyn_williams@fws.gov or phone: 304-876-7444
Delivery MethodOnline Self Study
Non-FWS Fee$50.00
Instructional Hours15
Credits/CEUs1.0
Course Content ContactRichard Minnis: richard_minnis@fws.gov; (304) 876-7208; richard_minnis@fws.gov
Curriculum CategoryEcology and Field Biology
Course FrequencyOnce per year
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DOI LEARN Course TypeUDT
Extracted from DOI LEARN on9/19/2014 11:06:30 AM

Schedule:  CSP7089 - Innovative Approaches to Wildlife/Highway Interactions

StartEndLocationSession Contact
Self Study Online Richard Minnis: richard_minnis@fws.gov
(304) 876-7208
richard_minnis@fws.gov