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ENVS 4500 - International Environmental Field Course F (0-6) [0.50]

This is an interdisciplinary field course to be held overseas. The course will include a common curriculum for all students, dealing with the historical, geographical, cultural and biological aspects of the location. Students will also undertake a project which would normally relate to their own specific interest. Formal instruction on the common core element of the course will be given either by Guelph faculty and/or by faculty from the host country. Each student will submit both a paper developed from the general core of the course and also a project report. This course will run as Interdisciplinary Field Studies in Iceland in odd numbered years and will normally be held for a three-week period in August. Students from all disciplines are encouraged to apply directly to the course coordinator in the appropriate semester as indicated on the Faculty of Environmental Sciences webpage.