BIOL 281 : Ecology
Introduction to the study of organismal-environmental relationships in marine, freshwater, and terrestrial habitats. Includes aspects of physiology, behavior, genetics, biochemistry, geology, atmospheric science, and hydrology. (E)
- Conduct a scientific experiment in a logical and appropriate manner, including the skills of experimental design, data collection, data analysis, and report of findings.
- Correctly read and interpret ecological information in books and journals.
- Demonstrate ability to explain in written or verbal form the basic concepts of ecology.
- Process and present information and experiences in the form of lab reports, projects, and verbal presentations.
- Demonstrate an ability to synthesize concepts, facts, and ideas into coherent, independent work.
- Discuss and express ideas and information, applying what they have assimilated from readings, laboratory experiences, and field work.
- Connect the overall concepts of ecology to their local environments and daily lives.