Part A (Sept 15) – you will learn how to use a taxonomic key to identify tree sp

Part A (Sept 15) – you will learn how to use a taxonomic key to identify tree sp

Part A (Sept 15) – you will learn how to use a taxonomic key to identify tree species in a woodlot on
campus.
Part B (Sept 21) – you will learn how ecologists collect data to measure tree species richness and
diversity in a woodlot on campus.
Navigating Excel (Oct 6) – you will learn how to analyze a standardized dataset for tree species diversity.
Specifically, you will learn how to calculate species diversity and tree density, and graph rank abundance
curves, from standardized data and data that you collect on woodlots on campus.
Part C (Oct 20, 27) – you will calculate and compare your data to standardized data.
Writing in Science (Nov 3) – you will learn how scientists present their findings and apply some of these
ideas to the final report you will provide.

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