In this two-day online training program, learn valuable insights in designing study objectives, selecting sampling sites, choosing specific equipment, and recognizing and avoiding sampling biases. Taught by one of Canada’s foremost Ecologists and researchers, you’ll participate in interactive online classroom activities, including group exercises, presentations, and case study reviews.
- Define and construct a study hypothesis
- Define and determine parameters under study
- Define and identify study type
- Identify and select appropriate sampling sites
- Identify and manage confounding factors
- Identify and avoid sampling biases
- Assess statistical versus ecological significance
- Develop a scientifically defensible study
This Course Includes
- Free, lifetime access
Access to a computer and the Internet.
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- Basic knowledge of statistics (asset)
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For inquiries on this course, please contact NRTG at: 1-877-388-2172 or firstname.lastname@example.org