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Volume 9 (2002) University Education in Natural Resources

Proceedings of the Fourth Biennial Conference

March 14-17, 2002

North Carolina State University

Raleigh, North Carolina

Compiler

Gary B. Blank

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Student perceptions of a high-quality undergraduate experience: Implications for teaching and learning in natural resources
Terry L. Sharik, J. Douglas Wellman, Sarah Banks, Erick T. Byrd, David Cardenas, and Tricia M. Day

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Recapturing the wonder in natural resources: Perspectives from a community of lifelong learners
Geoffery Habron, Rebecca Bernard, Christina Carra, Leroy Harvey, Shawn Mullaly, Carole Robinson, and Michael Rodriguez

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Using GIS as a watershed management education tool
T. M. Williams; W. R. English; Donald J. Lipscomb; and Christopher S, Nickel

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Encouraging critical thinking about advocacy
Jim Berkson, Brian Murphy, and Tammy Newcomb

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Cooperative approach in GPS training
Peter E. Linehan, Mike Sherwood, Craig Houghton, and Elizabeth Brantley

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Recapturing the wonder in natural resources: Perspectives from a community of lifelong learners
Geoffery Harbron, Rebecca Bernard, Christina Carra, Leroy Harvey, Shawn Mullaly, Carole Robinson, and Michael Rodriguez

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Sustainable forest management graduate education
James C. Finley, Michael P. Washburn, and Laurie Schoonhoven

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Comparing the effectiveness of virtual and traditional forestry field tours
Elissa C. Easley, Richard A. Fletcher, Edward C. Jensen, and Mark Rickenbach

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Structured educational design workshop
Pierre Zundel and Ted Needham

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Recreation GPS as a low-cost alternative for introductory courses in natural reaources
Jason Payne, Glenn P. Catts, Richard A. Lancia, and Brent Lineberger

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