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Ecological Forecasting Student Resource: Overview of Forecasting, Potential Careers, Helpful Courses

Author(s): Anna Sjodin1, Lisa Haber2, Shannon LaDeau3, Alyssa Willson4, Mary Lofton5, Tadhg Moore5, Olivia Tabares-Mendoza6, Diana Dalbotten7, Jason McLachlan4, Michael Dietze8, Jody Peters4

1. University of Idaho 2. Virginia Commonwealth University 3. Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies 4. University of Notre Dame 5. Virginia Tech 6. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México 7. University of Minnesota 8. Boston University

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Are you an undergraduate or graduate student interested in learning more about ecological forecasting? Or do you work with students that are exploring career options? This is short resource provides suggestions of careers and examples of courses.

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Version 1.0 - published on 30 Sep 2021 doi:10.25334/8VRF-WS31 - cite this

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This 2-page pdf provides an overview of what ecological forecasting entails, the types of careers ecological forecasters have, and examples of courses undergraduate and graduate students can take to learn concepts and statistical and computational tools in preparation to learn ecological forecasting. This resource was developed for undergraduate and graduate students and to be used by academic advisors to share with the students they work with. It is meant to be viewed online or printed out front and back on one page.  The resource is a living document created by the EFI Education Working Group in 2021 that will be updated as needed. Email suggestions for the document to eco4cast.initiative@gmail.com.

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