BIOL 0371

Advanced Field Biology

Advanced Field Biology: Place-based Global Biology Education
In this upper-level biology course, we will conduct field-based scientific observation, sample and data collection, and interpretation of biological phenomena. Students will be deeply engaged in off-campus, place-based learning at Breadloaf and in the Adirondacks practicing molecular and population genetics, ecology, biogeochemistry, and site mapping. The course is two weeks off-campus and two weeks on-campus conducting group research projects integrating field observations with laboratory analysis. Students will collaborate and partner with local community members on intercultural projects with ethical local impact and relevance. Open to Biology majors or by waiver. (BIOL 0145 and BIOL 0140 and a 300 level BIOL class with laboratory or by waiver)
Natural Sciences
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Winter 2022

BIOL0371A-W22 Lecture (Ward)

Winter 2020

BIOL0371A-W20 Lecture (Ward, Eggleston)

Winter 2019

BIOL0371A-W19 Lecture (Ward, Eggleston, Trombulak)