Methods in Ecology, Evolution and Conservation (Bio 221B) is a graduate course that introduces students to a variety of research methods in ecology, evolution and conservation biology. The course emphasizes field and laboratory techniques and focuses on a variety of taxa in a range of local ecosystems. The course is team taught, with faculty focusing on variety of ecological systems and research projects. This semester, we will use molecular techniques to identify mycorrhizal fungi in the field, conduct soil analyses, sample vegetation, and explore multivariate analysis techniques.
Dept. of Biological Sciences
6000 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95819
Office hours on Zoom: M 10:30 am-12 pm, W 1-2:30 pm, by appt. To attend my office hours or make an appt., please email me and I will send you a Zoom link.
Office: TSC 5005