4sem. hrs.(1:6) Field Biology is a hands-on course designed to teach students key concepts by immersing them in nature. Topics include adaptations of plants and animals in different habitats, food web interactions, and how biotic and abiotic forces interact to structure natural communities including spatial and temporal variation in communities. Prerequisite: BIOL 3428 - Principles of Ecology. Corequisite: Safety training given in SMTE 0091 Biological Laboratory Safety Seminar is required for continued participation in this course. Offered summer semester (Maymester) every year.