Description: This course familiarizes students with general concepts and techniques in field ecology. It surveys species and phenomena that characterize aquatic, terrestrial, and/or transition ecosystems; familiarizes students with basic sampling, monitoring, ecological concepts, hypothesis testing, and experimental procedures with an emphasis on data organization and analysis techniques that exemplify best practices in ecology. Co-convened with BIO 567. 1 hr. lecture, 9 hrs. lab. Letter grade only.
Sections offered: Spring 2022
Prerequisite: BIO 181 and 181L, BIO 182 and 182L, STA 270, and (Foundation English Requirement or HON 190)