ESP 3000 - Environmental Field Studies

Description
An off-campus field-oriented course that studies a specific ecosystem in detail. The study area varies from year-to-year with the focus shifting between marine coastal (Maine or NH) environments, freshwater lakes or rivers (Lakes Region of NH), forests (White Mountain National Forest), and alpine environments (Mt. Washington region). Uses field research techniques appropriate for the study location. Requires a short-term field-based research project; includes a paper and presentation on-campus following the study. Additional costs for living accommodations and travel; the exact amount depends on the study site. May be repeated once with a different field site. Prerequisite(s): Environmental Science and Policy majors; permission of the Department Chair.
Attributes
Signature Required, Upper Division Course
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2018
Offered
W
Avg. Class Size
15
Avg. Sections
1