New course for 2015

10 June 2014

A new field course will be offered in December 2015, 'Field Studies in Functional Ecology'.

This field course will be offered off site and will explore traditional ecophysiology content in both plants and animals and will be targeted at undergraduate students just completing first year. There will be opportunities for RSB academics, post-docs and PhD students to get involved as faculty in the course for short periods of time.

Interested in the course? Check out this video of the course field trip.

Please contact Adrienne Nicotra for more information on the course or visit the course webpage.

Photo: Miniature open top chambers in Kosciuszko National Park for an experiment examining the effect of maternal environment during seed development and warming during seedling stage on growth and physiology of Aciphylla glacialis (alpine celery).