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==FISH 558: Decision Analysis in Natural Resource Management==
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* Fall, odd years
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** Instructor: [https://fish.uw.edu/faculty/andre-punt/ Andre Punt]
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** Class website: [http://depts.washington.edu/fish558/]
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:: Comments: This course looks at decision analysis primarily from a fisheries perspective. Introduction to Bayesian modeling and computational techniques for fitting Bayesian models. Also a decent introduction to stock assessment models (especially after AMATH 535).
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==FISH 507:  Numerical Computing for Fisheries Assessment==
 
==FISH 507:  Numerical Computing for Fisheries Assessment==
  

Revision as of 20:49, 16 November 2017

FISH 558: Decision Analysis in Natural Resource Management

Comments: This course looks at decision analysis primarily from a fisheries perspective. Introduction to Bayesian modeling and computational techniques for fitting Bayesian models. Also a decent introduction to stock assessment models (especially after AMATH 535).

FISH 507: Numerical Computing for Fisheries Assessment

NOTE: This is now FISH 559, taught Fall quarter in even years.

COMMENTS: It's hard to imagine good things about a demanding class with a title like that, but for me, this was a great class. I often still refer to my notes from it, and learning ADMB was vital for my own research. Andre is a great instructor- he is dynamic and explains/defines terms before using them.
RECOMMENDED? Yes.



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