ENV 255 Techniques in Environmental Science

Introduces the theory and practical application of techniques and equipment used to study natural systems, including terrestrial and aquatic habitats. Focuses on the collection and analysis of data relevant to today's environmental scientist by collaborating with local and regional partners engaged in studying the environment. The presentation of the results of scientific studies in both written and oral formats is emphasized. Students are expected to work outdoors in a variety of conditions and may be asked to travel to off-campus sites. Fees: Fees may be required for field trips.

Credits

3 credits

Prerequisite

A grade of C or better in ENV 150 or ENV 165 or PHYS 115 or BIO 115, which may be taken concurrently

Offered

Spring, odd years

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