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Biology 5470: Stable Isotopes in Ecosystems
A lecture course describing the principles of stable isotope chemistry as applied to biological environments and of the contributions of stable isotope approaches to addressing ecological phenomena from cellular through global levels.
Biology 5475: Stable Isotopes in Ecosystems Laboratory
A laboratory course incorporating technical training, laboratory experiments, and field observations associated with ecologial and environmental research. Technical experience includes training on isotope ratio mass spectrometers, elemental analyzers, GCs, infrared gas analyzers, and vacuum systems. The primary focus of the lab will be to provide students with a range of laboratory/field experiences focusing on experimental design, experimental methodology, data acquisition, and data analysis.
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Biology 6921: Isotopics
Environmental physiology, physiological ecology, and ecosystem processes, with an emphasis on stable isotope methods.
Biology 7475: Stable Isotope Ecology Laboratory
A laboratory course in stable isotope ecology involving experimental design, experimental methodologies, and instrument use. This course involves learning how to operate state-of-the-art isotope ratio mass spectrometers and associated peripherals.
Geology 6470: Stable Isotope Ecology
A lecture course describing the principles of stable isotope chemistry as applied to biological environments and of the contriubtions of stable isotope approaches to addressing ecological phenomena from cellular through global levels.