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UNF Limnology Students perform field work at Lake Oneida.
Salt marsh
2020_oyster
Grasshopper
iguana
Oyster beds
Students and professor working with a Benthic tray
gator hatchling
entire class crossing florida creek
Two Herons

Crocodilian Behavioral Ecology (BSC 4930L)

Credits: 4

When offered: Summer Session B (June 24-Aug 2, 2019)

Prerequisites: BSC 2012C

Instructor permission required: Yes

Total class size: 9

Additional fees: None

Contact for additional information: Dr. Adam Rosenblatt (adam.rosenblatt@unf.edu)

Description

In the brand new Crocodilian Behavioral Ecology course, students will learn about the fascinating biology and ecology of the most dominant group of tropical freshwater apex predators on the planet. Students will gain hands-on experience with these amazing reptiles and contribute to exciting research projects taking place in Jacksonville and Georgia.