Field techniques and analyses in international environments—investigating methods for sampling soils, water, and biota; designing field sampling efforts and experiments; collecting data from field manipulations for environmental impact assessment and monitoring; conducting statistical analyses to interpret data at multiple spatial and temporal scales; and linking ecological theory, application, and environmental stewardship and sustainability in a national and international context.
|Hours||3.0 Credit, 1.0 Lecture, 6.0 Lab|
|Note||The course will primarily be offered during international study abroad programs hosted by PWS.|
|Programs||Containing PWS 250|
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