In the Linfield College course ENVS 385, students examine basic principles in laboratory and field research in environmental science. Course goals include developing proficiency in research designs in environmental science in both the field and the lab, as well as building proficiency in data collection and analysis through written and oral presentation of findings. As part of the course, students also develop principles and basic skills necessary to criticize research literature. This collection includes papers written specifically for this course.
Submissions from 2013
Comparative Water Quality of Cozine, Gooseneck and Mill Creeks, Shelby Hollenbeck, Emily Isaac, Suzannah Klaniecki, Zach Lea, Meghan Lockwood, and Xavier Reed