EESC 3855 Environmental Field Investigations

1 hour lecture, 4 hours supervised field and laboratory work; 3 credits

Supervised field and laboratory work focusing on Jamaica Bay, or other aquatic environment. Hydrographic, chemical, and biological data collections, followed by laboratory analysis and data reduction; presentation of results and final report showing spatial and depth distributions. Expenses up to $1000.

Prerequisite: Earth and environmental sciences 1201, 2500, 2200W, 3100, 3600 and 3675.


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