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"Hence both in space and time, we seem to be brought somewhat near to that great fact-the mystery of mysteries-the first appearance of new beings on this earth."

CHARLES DARWIN, 1845

 

BIOL 297/497*: FROM
THE RAINFOREST TO
THE GALAPAGOS

A FIELD STUDY IN BIODIVERSITY
AND EVOLUTION

June 23 to July 9, 1999 (Option I)
or July 1 to July 9,1999 (Option II)

*3 or 4 Undergraduate credits in Biology 297
OR 3 or 4 Graduate credits in Biology 497

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Faculty Coordinators: Dr. Stam Zervanos and Dr. Jacqueline McLaughlin

Send questions or comments to smz1@psu.edu  or jshea@psu.edu

 

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Updated February 2, 1999