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pb092 - Field Methods in Biology (Course overview)
Institute for Biology and Environmental Sciences 12 KP
Module components Semester courses Sommersemester 2022 Examination
Seminar
  • Limited access 5.02.481 - Freilandmethoden der Biologie - Seminar Show lecturers
    • Prof. Dr. Dirk Carl Albach
    • Prof. Dr. Gabriele Gerlach
    • Prof. Dr. Gerhard Zotz

    Wednesday: 16:00 - 18:00, weekly (from 20/04/22)

    Vorbesprechung nach Vereinbarung regelmäßig wöchentlich mittwochs von 16:00 - bis 18:00 h Startet: 20.04.2022 Endet: 20.07.2022 Wunschraum W4 0 Nische vor 047

Exercises
  • Limited access 5.02.482 - Freilandmethoden in der Biologie Show lecturers
    • Prof. Dr. Dirk Carl Albach
    • Prof. Dr. Gabriele Gerlach
    • Prof. Dr. Gerhard Zotz

    Dates on Sunday. 24.07.22 - Saturday. 06.08.22 14:00 - 16:00
    Blockveranstaltung (ca. 24.07.2022 - ca. 06.08.2022) Vorbesprechung nach Vereinbarung

Notes for the module
Module examination
1 Portfolio (max. 3 achievements)

PLEASE NOTE:
Additional conditions regarding attendance and ungraded activities as determined by the persons responsible for the module will apply.
Skills to be acquired in this module
+ biological knowledge ++ knowledge of biological working methods + biologically relevant knowledge in the natural sciences and mathematics ++ statistics & scientific programming + abstract, logical, analytical thinking ++ deepened expertise in biological specialist field ++ independent learning and (research-based) working ++ data presentation and evidence-based discussion (written and spoken) ++ teamwork ++ (scientific) communication skills ++ project and time management[/nop] Following the theoretical fundamentals of previous studies, students are to apply the scientific approaches imparted by teachers to practical hypothesis-based field studies in this module. The obtained results are documented in a laboratory course report. The cooperation of teachers from different fields enables also interdisciplinary approaches (e.g. botanical-zoological approach) to be followed.