This hands-on course introduces students to field methods and integrative problem solving in environmental sciences. Topics will include sampling methods and protocols employed in terrestrial, aquatic and atmospheric assessment and monitoring, as well as experimental design, data analysis and presentation. Practical sessions will involve outdoor field experiences on campus and neighboring areas.
9.0 credits, including the completion of a 100-level quantitative and basic scientific credit, and completion of a 200/300-levek quantitative methods course and enrolment in an Environmental Science program.
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