Introduction to Field Studies NRM: 2203

Professor Dr. Bonnie Warnock

Clint Josey Endowed Chair and Professor of Range Management

Department of Natural Resource Management

Introduction to Field Studies (NRM 2203)  orients students to the climate, ecology, geology, hydrology, soils, vegetation and wildlife unique to the Chihuahuan Desert of Southwest Texas. Students will experience, explore and learn in Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, and on other protected public and private lands. The emphasis of this course is learning to keep a field journal while also learning to live and work safely in the field. Other topics covered include learning to work with maps, basic orienteering, and communication. Students also participate in a hands-on restoration project as part of the course and learn about careers in field science from scientists and expert practitioners.

Summer Session: June 20th - July 1st 2016

Additional information:


Intro to Field Studies Brochure

 

Register Early. Space is limited.

Dee Dixon 
San Antonio
College

ldixon4@alamo.edu
 210-485-0000 ext. 60601
Dr. Bonnie Warnock
Sul Ross 
State University

bwarnock@sulross.edu
432-837-8706