- It will be taught by researcher José Germán Flores Garnica around May 3-7.
The School of Forest Sciences at the University of Juárez del Estado de Durango will offer a course called “Geographical Statistics Tools in Forest Resource Management”, from 3 to 7 May, presented by researcher José Germán Flores Garnica.
According to Emily Garcia Montiel, Head of the College’s Graduate Studies and Research Department, this presentation is part of the ongoing training of students and those interested in updating their knowledge on the topic.
In addition, he stressed that the course will provide updates on geostatistics and the use of technology in developing this specialization, and how to apply it in forest resource management, allowing decisions to be made for responsible use.
The course focuses on professionals in the field of forestry, from decision-makers, students, researchers and educators who wish to update them in the application and use of technological tools in forest resource management.
José Germán Flores Garnica has more than 50 scientific articles and more than a dozen books that focus primarily on implementing geostatistics strategies in the study of forest fires and the assessment of forest resources.
García Montiel confirmed that the course costs 1,000 pesos, with a discount for students, teachers and FCF alumni. Activities will take place approximately 3-7 May, from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM.