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Bio 221B: Methods in Ecology, Evolution and Conservation
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Updated: February 20, 2012

BIO 221B. Methods in Ecology, Evolution and Conservation. Introduction to research methods in ecology, evolution and conservation biology. Students learn field and laboratory techniques with a variety to taxa in a range of local ecosystems. Students will work with several faculty conducting research projects. Topics will include developing hypotheses, experimental design, study implementation, and statistical analyses. Students will be expected to present findings in oral and written form. Two three hour laboratory periods. Fee course. Prerequisite: BIO 167, BIO 220 (may be taken concurrently). Graded: Graded Student. Units: 2.0

Instructors: Dr. Shannon Datwyler, Dr. Ron Coleman, Dr. Jim Baxter Dr. Winston Lancaster

Time: Friday 9-4 with a 1 hour lunch break

 

 

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