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General Ecology - EEB 381

5 credits

Prerequisites: Biology 171 (172 or 174) and 173 or Biology 195 and 173 AND a lab course in Chemistry; or permission of instructor.

Requirements: BS, NS, Lab, EEB distribution and PitE General Ecology; if taken in Summer term, fulfills LSA Upper Level Writing Requirement.

Instructors:

Spring:  Paul Moore; Clara Shaw

Summer: Brian ScholtensBob Pillsbury

Meets: Daily in spring session;

In summer: Tuesdays and Fridays (section 1); Wednesdays and Saturdays (section 2).

General Ecology students enjoy a variety of field-based experiences, including this macro-invertebrate stream lab (spring 2018).

Course Description

Ecology “happens” in bogs, lakes, marshes, fens, and forests - not in a classroom. Fulfill your EEB or PitE requirement directly at the source in beautiful northern Michigan.

You will study the fundamentals of ecology – at the individual, population, community, and ecosystem level – through field trips and data collection in diverse habitats.

(Equivalent to EEB 281 and 282)