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BIOL 305 - Ecology


4 Credits
Study of the interactions and relationships between living organisms and their environment. The course includes habitat analysis, population investigations, and many field study techniques such as bird banding, mice mark and recapture, or insect trapping. The course is field-intensive. Three hours of lecture. Four hours laboratory or field work per week. Laboratory fee: $75.
Prerequisite(s): BIOL 117 - Introduction to Evolution and Kingdoms , MATH 110 - Elementary Statistics  or MATH 170 - Calculus I  or permission of instructor



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