NATH7170, 3 credits Class night and time: Wednesdays, 6-8 pmClass meetings: September 13-November 22Lectures via ZoomField trip dates: Patuxent Research Refuge, September 23; Huntley Meadows, October 7;
NATH7170, 3 credits
Class night and time: Wednesdays, 6-8 pm
Class meetings: September 13-November 22
Lectures via Zoom
Field trip dates: Patuxent Research Refuge, September 23; Huntley Meadows, October 7; Mason Neck Wildlife Refuge, November 4. Morning to early afternoon field trips, exact times to be determined.
Instructor: Sally Valdes
Members $390; nonmembers $440
Ecology is the study of how organisms interact with each other and their environments, at the individual, population, community and ecosystem levels. This course will explore basic ecological concepts and theory; the kinds of questions that ecologists pose; the methods they use; and current topics in ecology. Registration closes September 11. REGISTER
Required Books and Materials (available at the Woodend Nature Shop):
* Unsolved Problems in Ecology. 2020. Edited by: Andrew Dobson, Robert D. Holt, and David Tilman. Publisher: Princeton University Press. ISBN-10:0691199825; ISBN-13:978-0691199825
* Other readings will be provided via links.
(Wednesday) 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm