3 CREDIT HOURS
Application Deadline: May 2, 2014
SESSION I: May 12-23, 2014
Field Ecology and Entomology
Kenneth Hobson, The University of Oklahoma
BIOL 4970/5970, Sec. 051
Introduction to ecological field research, with emphasis on terrestrial insect communities.
Heather Ketchum, The University of Oklahoma
BIOL 4053, Sec. 050
Explores the use of insect evidence in a death scene investigation as a means to resolve legal issues in a court of law.
Freshwater Fish Ecology
William Shelton, The University of Oklahoma
BIOL 4970/5970, Sec. 050
Ecology of fish populations and communities in lakes and streams.
Molecular Techniques for Field Biology
James Thompson, The University of Oklahoma
Ron Woodruff, Bowling Green State University
BIOL 4353/5353, Sec. 050
Application of molecular biology to field studies of animal populations.
SESSION II: July 28-Aug. 8, 2014
Geoff Carpenter, The University of Oklahoma
BIOL 4970/5970, Sec. 052
Comprehensive exploration of reptile and amphibian biology and conservation.
Robert Nairn, The University of Oklahoma
BIOL 4970/5970, Sec.053
Biological, physical and chemical features of wetland science and management.