Taking the Mystery Out of Monitoring and Adaptive Management

Start Date
09/27/2018
End Date
09/27/2018
Description
We aim to remove the mystery from monitoring and adaptive management. Class attendees will gain an overview of elements ecological restoration monitoring and adaptive management concepts to monitor, gauge, and sustain more successful ecological restoration projects. They will learn how to design a monitoring plan that aligns with project goals, about monitoring techniques and tools, and will be introduced to data interpretation and its purpose and implementation in adaptive management.
Location
Seattle, WA
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Horticulture / Plants
Parks & Recreation
Sustainable Development & Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
5.25
Learning Outcomes
Attendees will be able to…
1. assess the need for and design a monitoring protocol to measure the success of restoration according to the project goals and objectives,
2. troubleshoot monitoring techniques,
3. and interpret data results for the implementation of Adaptive Management.
Instructors
Joy Wood, Restoration Analytics & Design, Dan Hintz, Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust
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Provider
University of Washington Botanic Gardens


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