Ecological Research: Taconic Landscape (BIO4107.01)

Kerry Woods

An advanced, research-driven course in ecology, focusing on the the communities and landscapes of  the Taconics Mountains surrounding Bennington.  The course will revolve around reading and discussion of the primary literature and the development and implementation of individual and group research projects.  Students will learn both field techniques and analytic approaches in community and landscape ecology; these may include a variety of multivariate statistics and basic applications of Geographic Information Systems.

Prerequisites: prior course work in biology -- particularly ecology, evolution, or related disciplines
Credits: 4
W 2:10pm - 6:00pm
Maximum Enrollment: 14
Course Frequency:
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