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Courses Taught

  • Raptor Ecology and Conservation (Clint Boal 2017)
  • Animal Ecophysiology/Advanced Animal Ecophysiology This course is designed for students interested in vertebrate physiology and relationships with the environment; physiological adaptation; comparative physiology; aquatic toxicology; and conservation biology. (Reynaldo Patiño 2016)
  • Raptor Ecology and Conservation Survey of North American birds of prey, their ecology, applicable research methods, and conservation actions and issues. (Clint Boal 2015)
  • Advanced Tropical Ecology (Clint Boal, 2014)
  • Structured Decision Making in Natural Resources Conservation (Clint Boal 2014)
  • Animal Ecophysiology/Advanced Animal Ecophysiology (Reynaldo Patiño 2014)
  • Advanced Tropical Ecology (Clint Boal, 2013)
  • Advanced Animal Ecophysiology This course is designed for graduate students interested in vertebrate physiology and relationships with the environment; physiological adaptation; comparative physiology; aquatic toxicology; and conservation biology. Students are expected to have had a basic course in biological sciences as a prerequisite. Graduate students enrolled in NRM 6003 will need to complete a twenty minute presentation on a selected topic in Ecophysiology. (Reynaldo Patiño 2013)
  • Animal Ecophysiology This course is designed for undergraduate students interested in vertebrate physiology and relationships with the environment; physiological adaptation; comparative physiology; aquatic toxicology; and conservation biology. Students are expected to have had a basic course in biological sciences as a prerequisite. (Reynaldo Patiño 2013)
  • Advanced Tropical Ecology (Clint Boal 2012)
  • Raptor Ecology and Conservation Overview of raptor diversity in NA, detailed examination of biology and ecology, overview of research techniques and methods, discussion of contemporary issues. (Clint Boal 2012)
  • Advanced Tropical Ecology (Clint Boal 2011)
  • Structured Decision Making in Natural Resources Conservation (Clint Boal 2011)
  • Advanced Animal Ecophysiology This course is designed for graduate students interested in vertebrate physiology and relationships with the environment; physiological adaptation; comparative physiology; aquatic toxicology; and conservation biology. Students are expected to have had a basic course in biological sciences as a prerequisite. Graduate students enrolled in NRM 6003 will need to complete a twenty minute presentation on a selected topic in Ecophysiology. (Reynaldo Patiño 2011)
  • Advanced Tropical Ecology (Clint Boal 2010)
  • Tropical Avian Ecology Introduction to field ornithology in tropical locations. Taught concurrently with a course in Tropical Conservation Biology. (Clint Boal 2010)
  • Physiological Ecology of Aquatic Organisms (Reynaldo Patiño 2010)
  • Selected Topics in Fisheries Science/Advanced Topics in Biology Instructor teaches these courses every long semester. Both courses are taught concurrently to graduate students for whom he serves as primary advisor. Topics vary. (Reynaldo Patiño 2010)
  • Advanced Tropical Ecology (co-taught with Gad Perry) (Clint Boal 2009)
  • Raptor Ecology and Conservation (Clint Boal 2009)
  • Aquaculture (Reynaldo Patiño 2009)
  • Selected Topics in Fisheries Science/Advanced Topics in Biology Instructor teaches these courses every long semester. Both courses are taught concurrently to graduate students for whom he serves as primary advisor. Topics vary. (Reynaldo Patiño 2009)
  • Advanced Tropical Ecology (co-taught with Gad Perry) (Clint Boal 2008)
  • Advanced Nongame Ecology and Management (Clint Boal 2008)
  • Select Topics in Fisheries Science/Biology (Reynaldo Patiño 2008)
  • Physiological Ecology of Aquatic Organisms (Reynaldo Patiño 2008)
  • Advanced Tropical Ecology (co-taught with Gad Perry) (Clint Boal 2007)
  • Aquaculture (Reynaldo Patiño 2007)
  • Select Topics in Fisheries Science/Biology (Reynaldo Patiño 2007)
  • Advanced Tropical Ecology (co-taught with Gad Perry) (Clint Boal 2006)
  • Problems: Tropical avian ecology (Clint Boal 2006)
  • Select Topics in Wildlife Science (Clint Boal 2006)
  • Nongame Ecology and Management (Clint Boal 2006)
  • Select Topics in Fisheries Science/Biology (Reynaldo Patiño 2006)
  • Physiological Ecology of Aquatic Organisms (Reynaldo Patiño 2006)
  • Select Topics in Fisheries Science/Biology (Reynaldo Patiño 2006)
  • Advanced Tropical Ecology (co-taught with Gad Perry) (Clint Boal 2005)
  • Raptor Ecology and Management (Clint Boal 2005)
  • Aquaculture/Advanced Aquaculture (Reynaldo Patiño 2005)
  • Select Topics in Fisheries Science/Biology (Reynaldo Patiño 2005)
  • Advanced Nongame Ecology and Management (Clint Boal 2004)
  • Physiological ecology of aquatic organisms (Reynaldo Patiño 2004)
  • Cell Biology (Reynaldo Patiño 2004)
  • Advanced Nongame Ecology and Management (Clint Boal 2002)
  • Raptor Ecology and Management (Clint Boal 2002)
  • Physiological ecology of aquatic organisms (Reynaldo Patiño 2002)
  • Advanced Nongame Ecology and Management (Clint Boal 2001)
 

Current Staff

Federal Staff: 2

Masters Students: 2

Phd Students: 7

Post Docs: 1

University Staff: 3

5 Year Summary

Students graduated: 38

Scientific Publications: 83

Presentations: 162

Texas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Cooperators

  1. Texas Parks and Wildlife
  2. Texas Tech University
  3. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  4. U.S. Geological Survey
  5. Wildlife Management Institute