ENVI 201 - Applied Research in Environmental Science (2,2) 3 Credits
Prerequisite(s): ENVI 102 Environmental Science and Sustainability or BIOL 231 General Ecology . Offered in spring semester only.
An interdisciplinary study of research and field methods related to the science of environmental issues. Students will develop basic scientific research skills, from literature review to analysis and presentation of results, and will gain hands-on experience with various types of field research methods, including sediment and water quality testing, plant and wildlife surveys, ecological restoration and planning, and remote sensing and GIS. Students will also learn basic skills of environmental communication and outreach needed to increase public understanding and engagement with environmental problems in our community. Regular class trips during labs and one weekend field trip required.
Spring 2021 Course Selections
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