TREES Lab Teaching

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TREES Lab Faculty and Staff teach within the Geography program. Courses offered include:

Field Courses

GEOG 4120: Undergraduate Research in Fire History and Ecology

  • 2-3 credit course
  • Gain hands-on experience conducting tree-ring-baed fire history research on sites in central Wisconsin
  • Two field trips and extensive training in dendrochronological field and laboratory methods

GEOG 4760: Geography Field Excursion: Ecology and Landscapes Fieldtrip

GEOG 4920: Independent Study in Dendrochronology

Semester Courses

GEOG 1040: Planet Earth

  • 4-credit introductory physical geography
  • Fulfills the Natural Science general education requirement
  • Prerequisite or corequisite for employment in the TREES Lab
  • Sample syllabus (Coming soon!)

GEOG 1140: Global Landforms

  • 4-credit introductory physical geography
  • Fulfills the Natural Science general education requirement
  • Sample syllabus (Coming soon!)

GEOG 1370: Global Vegetation

  • 4-credit introduction to biogeography
  • Project-based laboratory assignments
  • Fulfills the Natural Science general education requirement

GEOG 3340: Biogeography

  • 4-credit advanced biogeography
  • Project-based laboratory assignments
  • Fulfills the Natural Science general education requirement
  • Sample syllabus (Coming soon!)

GEOG 3550: Process Geomorphology

  • 4-credit advanced course examining the evolution of the Earth’s surface
  • Project-based laboratory assignments

GEOG 3840: Soil Geomorphology

  • 4-credit advanced course examining the evolution of the Earth’s surface
  • Project-based laboratory assignments

 

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