Courses taught by Dr. Sepúlveda
FNR 35100 Aquatic Sampling Techniques: This course presents an introduction to laboratory and field sampling methods used in aquaculture, limnology, and fisheries biology. The course emphasizes the proper care and use of laboratory equipment and field sampling gears, as well as the development of sampling protocols for collecting representative, non-biased fisheries and aquatic sciences data.
FNR 371000 Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences Summer Practicum: This course provides theory and practice of laboratory and field methods used for the evaluation of stress induced by anthropogenic activities at different levels of biological organization. Specifically, using The Iron River, Michigan as our study site, we will evaluate the health of this ecosystem at different levels of biological organization, starting at the organism level, all the way to the population and community levels.
FNR 52800 Wildlife and Environmental Forensics: This course covers theoretical and applied approaches to the science of environmental forensics with an emphasis on wildlife forensics. First, a general introduction to environmental forensics will be provided and discussed. Next, different types of investigations including application of tools and procedures used to solve crimes using morphological, chemical and biological analysis of evidence will be presented and discussed.