Monthly Archives: April 2014

Toads, Roads, and Nodes in Santa Barbara!

Professors and select students from eleven Colleges and Universities gathered at the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS) in Santa Barbara, California to analyze frog and toad calling data.  We are investigating at what scale certain habitat variables … Continue reading

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Biodiversity at the National Zoo

ENV 121 students enjoyed a trip to the Smithsonian National Zoo’s Amazonia exhibit to learn about biodiversity.

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Summer Classes

Enrollment for summer classes is open!  I am teaching BIO 102 in the first 5-week session (5/19 – 6/20).  Lecture (BIO 102 – 004A) Tues./Thurs. 1 – 5pm and lab (BIO 102 – 0A4A) Mon./Wed. 1 – 3:50pm.

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Community Ecology

ENV 121 students identify and measure trees at Dora Kelley Nature Park to investigate forest communities.

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