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Class Code
AF107E
Module Title
Pond And Stream Invertebrate Life
Venue
Centre For Alt Technology
Town
Machynlleth
Day
Fri-Sun
Start Time
10.00AM
End Time
5.00PM
Start Date
20-09-2019
End Date
22-09-2019
Other Date(s)
21-09-2019
Ward, Philip(Mr)
Ward, Philip(Mr)
Ward, Philip(Mr)
Ward, Philip(Mr)
Fees
£120.00 (concessions: £100.00)

Brochure Text

If you have fond childhood memories of dipping nets in to ponds and streams to catch newts and sticklebacks and of collecting frogspawn then this is the course for you. Build on this elementary knowledge and explore further the lives of the many invertebrate animals that make up a freshwater ecosystem. Field visits will be made to ponds and streams at the course venue where different sampling techniques will be used to collect aquatic organisms. With the specimens indoors, their amazing diversity, adaptations and life cycles will be revealed with the aid of microscopes, identification keys and of course, help from the tutor. The monitoring and management of ponds and streams to both assess their general status and to improve their biodiversity will be covered briefly.

Please see the following webpage for further essential information:
https://www.aber.ac.uk/en/lifelong-learning/ecology/spec-course-info/

Note

This module is at CQFW Level 4

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