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BIOL 59100 Field Ecology

Session Offered:

Fall Credit 4.00

Prerequisites:

BIOL 28600 (May NOT be taken concurrently) AND 59500EC Ecology & 59500EL Laboratory in Ecology (may be concurrent) 

Description:

This is an alternate odd year course. Next offering Fall 2023 

A field course in ecology that stresses natural history and testing ecological theory under natural conditions. Group and individual projects include observational and experimental approaches. Emphasis is on the study of plant and animal species interactions in terrestrial (including montane and coastal) and aquatic habitats. Issues in community, population, behavioral, and conservation biology are addressed. Several all-day Saturday and two weekend field trips. 

Instructor(s):
CATHERINE SEARLE

E-mail:

Textbook(s):

Textbook

Title: Practical Field Ecology: A project guide

ISBN: 9780470976708

Author: Wheater, Bell, Cook

Edition: 1st

Optional - But highly recommended by instructor

Course Format:
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