Computer Assisted Instruction In Natural Resource Management

Teaching natural resource management is especially difficult because of the importance of experience in making management decisions. Most methods for allowing natural resource students to gain management experience in the classroom have not been entirely satisfactory. Computer implemented simulation of natural resource problems allows educators to provide management experience to students. TROUT, a learning exercise which simulates a coldwater lake fishery, is discussed as an example of the role of these teaching tools.

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