BIO 451 - Field Experience in Eco & Conservation[1-6 credit(s)]
Prerequisites: BIO 300 or 302, and 304. This course will examine principles of ecology and conservation biology through field research in a natural setting. Students will participate in research projects emphasizing analyses of biodiversity, population demography, species interactions, or behavior. Following preparatory sessions at Cleveland State University, the class will travel to off-campus field sites for the balance of the course. Living conditions may be primitive in the field and international travel may be required. May be repeated for credit for a total of 8 credit hours. See semester course schedule and contact the biology office (216) 687-2440 for further information.
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