FW 101 – Exam 1 Study Guide – Fall

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FW 101 – Exam 1 Study Guide – Fall, 2011 This is just a study guide, you are responsible for all of the material covered in the lectures. In addition to using the study guide to inform you about specific topics you should know, use it to get a feel for the more general topics you should understand. In short, just because it is not listed in this study guide does not mean that I won’t ask a question about it. Terms and Concepts You should be able to define, describe, or provide examples of the following terms Wild- Not domesticated, cultivated or tamed Renewable natural resources- Replenish naturally through biological processes Natural- Present or produced in nature Native – Originally living, growing or produced in a certain place Biology- Study of living things Ecology- Study of interrelationships of organisms with other organisms and the environment Applied Ecology Fisheries and Wildlife Science- Process of obtaining knowledge and studying fisheries and wildlife Conservation- Effective management and use of natural recources Preservation- To leave alone, keep in perfect order Human dimensions- Government, policy, administration, communication, public speaking, technical writing, law, sociology, economics Stakeholders – The public Management What are the three “things” biologists deal with in Fisheries and Wildlife Management? Plants, animals and humans How did Leopold’s definition of management differ from Riley’s definition? Leopold’s definition of management is for recreational use. Rileys is about the decisions of managing land for the benfits of stackholders by influencing interactions. Compare/contrast definitions of management? They are all similar with the main goal of helping the environment. Leopolds goal was for mainly recreation. They all want a positive end result. What role do stakeholders play in F&W management? They make the decisions on what to do to the environment. Differentiate among fish, fishes, fishery, fisheries Fish=species or individual; Fishes=more than one species; Fishery=single species or all fish in an area; Fisheries= more than one fishery What are some of the common goals for FW management? Increase size of population, remove individuals from a population, stabalize population,
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2012 for the course FW 101 taught by Professor H.campa during the Fall '11 term at Michigan State University.

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