BIOL 4003 Field and Laboratory Methods in Ecology
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as BIOL 63.1.
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4 hours laboratory including supervised fieldwork; 2 credits
Introduction to field and laboratory methods in ecology, with focus on nearby ecosystems, including Jamaica Bay. One weekend all-day field trip required. Students work as a research team on field and laboratory projects. Grades based on individual student reports on team projects. (Students registering for Biology 4003 [63.1] must take Biology 3083  concurrently.) (Not open to students who have completed Biology 3082 [62.5].)
Prerequisite: Biology 1001 and Biology 1002
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