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ENVS-310 Environmental Methods (3) Course Level: Undergraduate

Environmental Methods (3) This is a hands-on, field-based course, with half of the class periods spent outside using environmental science methods to learn about the local environment. Students analyze data from American University's weather station, collect and identify aquatic insects, core trees, dig soil pits, and measure the quantity and quality of stream and ground water. Usually Offered: fall. Prerequisite: ENVS-150 or ENVS-160, and ENVS-250 or ENVS-260, or two General Education Foundational Area 5 laboratory courses.