I teach two courses dealing with methods of statistical sampling. One is taught each year and is designed broadly for environmental and natural resource managers and students in our forest and environmental management degree programs. With this course I aim to acquaint students with the precepts of probability sampling for the estimation of population parameters. The other is taught less regularly and is more focused on techniques of advanced forest inventory.
I also teach a course each year entitled Statistics for Environmental Sciences which concentrates on applied regression modeling, and I have begun to co-teach a course on Applied Spatial Statistics. In alternate years I teach a course in Experimental Design, which covers traditional aspects of statistical design of field and laboratory experiments.