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BIO 371: Field Ecology

This course focuses on learning modern field and laboratory methods to test ecological hypotheses. Students work on group and individual projects to collect and analyze data and give oral and written presentations on projects. Class periods focus on discussion of primary literature and project results. Class trips include visits to local natural areas. Students attend lecture/discussion plus one four-hour laboratory per week. Counts toward environmental studies major (natural science emphasis) and mathematical biology concentration.
Prerequisite: BIO 261.

Environmental Studies

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...Research BIO 224 Marine Ecology (Environmental Science in Australia) BIO 371 Field Ecology BIO 391...

Chemistry

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...Chem/Bio II: Thermodynamics and Kinetics with Bio...255 , CHEM 256 , CHEM 371 , and CHEM 357...

Mathematical Biology

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...BIO 247 Animal Physiology BIO 261 Ecological Principles BIO 315 Principles of Bioinformatics BIO 371...