Course Description(s)

BIOL4240 Field Ecology (3)

A study of the interactions between environment, flora and fauna in the field with emphasis on the identification and ecology of species. Various ecological techniques such as estimating abundance, evaluating spatial patterns, and sampling and estimating community parameters, will be applied and technologies such as geographical information systems (GIS) will be explored. Offered: Alternate years. Prerequisites: BIOL2240, or instructor's approval Corequisites: BIOL4240L

BIOL4240L Field Ecology Laboratory (1)

A study of selected topics in laboratory and field settings, which is intended to be taught in connection with BIOL4240. Offered: Alternate years Fees: Additional fee required. Corequisites: BIOL4240