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Field Methods in Great Lakes Oceanography
This will be a field intensive course with significant time spent on research vessels where students will use a variety of traditional and state-of-the-art techniques to characterize biological communities and measure important physical and biological processes.
Biology of Birds
This course provides an introduction to ornithology with emphasis on field identification of the birds of eastern North America.
This field course is focused on the ecology of forest species and the characteristics of ecological systems which support them.
Field Botany of Northern Michigan
This course offers a comprehensive field approach to vascular plants of the region, including characteristic species of terrestrial and wetland habitats as well as species known for their rarity or distinctive distribution patterns.
Rivers, Lakes and Wetlands
This field course introduces fundamental physical, chemical, and biological concepts and basic techniques necessary for the study of aquatic ecosystems.
Biology of Insects
This course introduces students to entomology, emphasizing the diversity of insects and their ecology and conservation biology.