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BIO 203 - Advanced Field Ecology


Semester Hours: 3
Periodically
This course includes lectures, laboratory and field experiments, and field trips to selected geographic regions and/or habitats. Areas of study include techniques of specimen collection, preservation, identification, field data collection and analysis, and students will gain experience with tools and electronic equipment commonly used in field ecological studies. Comparative studies of terrestrial plants and animals in the field are stressed. An independent research project will be designed, carried out, and reported by each student. This course is recommended for students considering ecological field research.

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
An undergraduate course in general ecology, permission of instructor. Fee varies depending on location and content of course.


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