ENVS 109A - 01 Ecology and Conservation in Practice Supercourse: Ecological Field Methods
2014 Spring Quarter
Combined Section Capacity
An intensive, on-site learning experience in terrestrial field ecology and conservation, using the University of California Natural Reserves. Students study advance concepts in ecology, conservation, and field methods for four weeks, then experience total immersion in field research at the UC Natural Reserves. Lectures, field experiments, and computer exercises familiarize students with research methods, study design, statistical approaches, and analytical tools for ecological research. Enrollment by application. Prerequisite(s): BIOL 20A, BIOE 20B, BIOE 20C or ENVS 23, 24, 100; and AMS 7 and 7L. Concurrent enrollment in BIOE 151B-C-D or ENVS 109B-C-D is required. Satisfies the senior exit requirement for biological sciences majors and satisfies the senior exit requirement for environmental studies majors by prior approval. Students cannot receive credit for this course and BIOE 150, 150L, ENVS 104A or 196A.
Also offered as BIOE 151A; concurrent enrollment in ENVS 109B, 109C, and 109D required.
Days & Times
M 08:00AM - 05:00PM
Lg Discovery 128
03/31/2014 - 06/06/2014