Undergraduate Catalog 2017-2018
BIO 217 Introduction to Tropical Ecology
3 hours; 3 credits
An introduction to tropical ecology, with emphasis on differences in the tropical versus temperate system: differences in climatic regimes, habitat types, phenology of natural processes, and species to be found in the tropical versus eastern North American temperate environments. It is a short, but intensive immersive course held at a tropical field station, providing opportunities for study of tropical environments and a different culture.
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