NSEE8200-BW2.Ecological Systems: Biomes.Su15.Wood,Bryan
Ecological Systems: Biomes
Academic Term and Year
The concept of systems is essential to understanding ecological principles; nothing demonstrates this better than the biomes of Minnesota. Each of Minnesota's biomes (prairie, deciduous forest, boreal forest) is an interplay of large geologic, biologic, cultural, and meteorological systems. Within each broad system is a subset of systems recognized as plant communities. Experience hands-on, wet-feet camping, sampling, identifying, and observing, travel and reflection, story-sharing, and science knowledge. Discover applications for your own classroom. NOTE: This is a core course of the MAEd:NSEE. Students not admitted to a Hamline degree program may take this course following application for Adult Special status through Graduate Admissions, providing space is available. For information, call 651-523-2900 or visit www.hamline.edu/graduate/index.html. Please register one week prior to course start date. Target audience: educators, naturalists, environmental educators. Lodging, camping and meals included.
Wood, Bryan, "NSEE8200-BW2.Ecological Systems: Biomes.Su15.Wood,Bryan" (2015). Syllabi. 9754.