NOC:WildLife Conservation


Lecture 1 - Preliminaries


Lecture 2 - A closer look at Biodiversity


Lecture 3 - Economics Valuation of Biodiversity


Lecture 4 - Threats to Biodiversity


Lecture 5 - Preliminaries


Lecture 6 - Basics of Sampling


Lecture 7 - Distance Sampling - I


Lecture 8 - Distance Sampling - II


Lecture 9 - Radio-telemetry


Lecture 10 - Behavioural monitoring


Lecture 11 - What is a habitat


Lecture 12 - Habitat degradation, loss, fragmentation and displacement


Lecture 13 - Reserve selection and design


Lecture 14 - Habitat management and improvement


Lecture 15 - Some terminologies


Lecture 16 - Some common wildlife diseases


Lecture 17 - Principles of disease management


Lecture 18 - Preliminaries


Lecture 19 - Mechanical capture


Lecture 20 - Chemical capture


Lecture 21 - Capture myopathy


Lecture 22 - Care of immobilised animal


Lecture 23 - Legal aspects of capture and restraint


Lecture 24 - Other topics in capture and restraint


Lecture 25 - Preliminaries and introduction to genetics


Lecture 26 - Population genetics


Lecture 27 - Chromosomal and genetic disorders, inbreeding


Lecture 28 - Population viability analysis


Lecture 29 - Reintroductions and outbreeding


Lecture 30 - Fundamentals


Lecture 31 - Zoos and their management


Lecture 32 - Botanical gardens


Lecture 33 - Other aspects: cryopreservation, seed banks, etc.


Lecture 34 - Impacts of climate change


Lecture 35 - Plastics and biodiversity


Lecture 36 - Oil spills


Lecture 37 - Crisis and learnings: The Sariska case-study


Lecture 38 - Revision - I


Lecture 39 - Revision - II


Lecture 40 - Revision - III