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New Undergraduate Course Supplement 2020


BIOL 54 Advanced methods in ecological research

Students will work in small groups to conduct original research projects addressing ecological questions that are developed by the students with inspiration from natural history observations, published research, and discourse within student working groups. Students will develop skills in exploring natural history, formulating interesting answerable research questions, deriving hypotheses from theory, developing research design, acquiring and analyzing data, making statistical and logical inferences, writing scientific papers, and presenting seminars.

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