BIOL 321 Tropical Biology Field Course
An intensive and exciting learning experience based in a Latin American country. Covers biodiversity, ecology, conservation and natural history of tropical plants and animals. Includes rain forest hikes, group and independent field research projects and evening lectures. Students who are enthusiastic about wildlife and of junior or greater standing are encouraged to take this course. Assessment is based on written work, field quizzes, field notebooks, scientific report writing and oral presentations. Students must cover cost of flight and in-country tour. Offered Spring only.
Prerequisites: JrS and BIOL 181 and 3 s.h. of 200-level BIOL.
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