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EARTHSYS 105B: Ecology and Natural History of Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve (BIO 105B)

The Ecology and Natural History of the Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve is an upper-division course that aims to help students learn ecology and natural history using a 'living laboratory,' the Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve. The course's central goal is that, as a community of learning, we examine 'via introductory discussions, followed by hands-on experiences in the field' the scientific basis of ecological research, archaeology, edaphology, geology, species interactions, land management, and multidisciplinary environmental education. The first 10 sessions that compose the academic program are led by the instructors, faculty (world-experts on the themes of each session), and JRBP staff. In addition, this 20-week class (winter and spring quarters) trains students to become JRBP Docents that will join the Jasper Ridge education affiliates community. Completion of both Winter ( BIO 105A) and Spring ( BIO 105B) sequence training program is required to join the Ecology and Natural History of Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve course.
Terms: Spr | Units: 4
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