Biology Sample Clauses

Biology. Ecosystem health and diversity is evaluated by monitoring biological Indicators, hence the importance of incorporating these in this Agreement and regional and Basin-level monitoring programs. Some biological monitoring has taken place in the Liard Basin as described below. Additional biological monitoring may have occurred in the region. Further research on past and current monitoring will be done by the BMC. Benthic Invertebrates Benthic macroinvertebrate monitoring was undertaken by British Columbia’s Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy (ENV) and ECCC in the Central Liard River Basin in Northeastern British Columbia (NEBC) between 2010 and 2017 as part of the Canadian Aquatic Biomonitoring Network (CABIN) program. The purpose of the monitoring was to develop a bioassessment model to assess potential impacts of unconventional oil and gas development and other activities on aquatic ecosystem health within the region. As part of this monitoring, 85 CABIN samples were collected by ENV and ECCC in the Liard, Petitot, and Fort Xxxxxx watersheds, which included data for water quality, habitat, and benthic invertebrate communities. These data were used to update the NEBC CABIN model in 2018, which is currently available on ECCC’s CABIN website to support aquatic ecosystem assessment. Further monitoring is planned by ENV and ECCC in 2019 in collaboration with Indigenous groups in the B.C. portion of the Liard Basin to help maintain the NEBC CABIN model. Fish In 1998, the Liard River Environmental Quality Monitoring Program (EQMP) was developed and measured the baseline condition of the aquatic ecosystem to compare with future samples (Xxxxxx et al, 19984). The program provided baseline data on contaminant levels in Liard River fish, water and suspended sediment to ensure that any present hazards were known and to support Transboundary Water negotiations. The program gave special attention to contaminants likely to result from metal mining and oil and gas development. The Yukon Government conducts a variety of different types of fish monitoring in the Liard basin. Lake surveys of fish populations and angler harvest studies are done on a rotational basis across Yukon’s lakes including lakes within the Liard Basin.
Biology. The lesson was dedicated to the study of the epithelial tissue and of the luminous component coming from the Sun, the response of the skin and the classification of creams: physical and chemical, operating mechanism: pros and cons of each of the two types (n° 1 per 60 minutes plus n° 5 per 30 minutes video-lesson on WebEx platform, 210 minutes). • non-STEM subject 1: Art History: The lesson was dedicated to the excursus on the use of light in architecture by comparing the Pantheon, Saint Peter's Basilica and the City of Arts and Sciences of Valencia (n° 2 per 30 minutes video-lesson on WebEx platform, 60 minutes). • Non-STEM subject 2: Art-Design: The lesson was dedicated to the study of proper shadows and flow of solids inspired by architecture (orthogonal projections, axonometry and perspective) (n°3 per 30 minutes video-lesson on WebEx platform, 90 minutes).
Biology. 5.1 UCSB will continue to implement a general buffer of 100’ from all Environmentally Sensitive Habitat Areas (XXXX) including wetlands, excluding all development entitled or otherwise agreed to prior to the effective date of this Agreement for which a lesser setback is allowed.
Biology. The consultant will obtain and review existing information to identify the potential biological resources that may be associated with the proposed project. The biologist will conduct a reconnaissance survey of the project area and identify potential resource issues, including sensitive species habitat, waters of the United States (including wetlands), and sensitive natural communities (e.g., riparian communities). The PEAR will summarize the information obtained during the pre- field investigation and describe existing conditions. The PEAR will identify specific studies or focused surveys needed, any timing issues for conducting the surveys, and any required permits, agreements, or approvals that will be necessary to comply with local, state, and federal regulations. The effect of any potential mitigation on the project scope, cost, or schedule will be identified. Mitigation costs will be estimated at an order of magnitude level. If any sensitive biological resources are located in or adjacent to the project area, they will be mapped on the provided base map.
Biology. BIOL 200 Principles of Organismal (4)|BIOL V3 Introduction to (5) and Population Biology | Organismal and | Environmental Biology | (§ CAN BIOL SEQ A) BIOL 201 Principles of Cell Molecular Biology and (4)|BIOL | | | V4 Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology (CAN BIOL 2) (§ CAN BIOL SEQ A) (5) BIOL 202 Biostatistics (3)|MATH V44 Elementary Statistics (4) Same as: MATH 202, PSY 202 | (CAN STAT 2)
Biology. The ENGINEER shall examine all available existing commercial and scientific data to determine the likelihood that protected species, their habitat, or designated critical habitat (per 50 C.F.R. 17.94-95) could be impacted by the proposed project. Existing data shall include the records of the topographic maps, National Wetland Inventory, soils maps, geologic maps, vegetation maps, Texas Parks and DocuSign Envelope ID: ED57FAE2-481A-4535-A126-CE7F0E526760 Wildlife Department (TPWD) Natural Diversity Database, TPWD’s Ecological Mapping Systems of Texas (EMST), U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) records or files and any other records available to the public. For the purposes of this contract, protected species shall include: • All species listed by the USFWS as threatened or endangered or proposed for listing as threatened or endangered (50 C.F.R. 17.11-12); • All species that are candidates for review for listing by USFWS as threatened or endangered (per most recently updated list in USFWS IPaC; • Species listed as threatened or endangered, and as Species of Greatest Conservation Need (SGCN) by TPWD (State of Texas Threatened and Endangered Species Listings, TPWD);
Biology. Biology encompasses a number of fields that range from molecular and cell biology on one hand to environmental studies and animal behavior on the other. In addition to extensive classroom and laboratory facilities, the Biology Department maintains both scanning and transmission electron microscope facilities. The surrounding area provides an excellent setting for field biology courses. Students may major in liberal arts Biology with concentrations in (1) Organismal/Environmental Biology, (2) Cell/Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, or they may select a biology major in childhood or adolescence education programs. Any of the liberal arts biology major concentrations provide the necessary course work for entrance into the pre-medical professions. The New Paltz courses numbered 15201 and 15202 are required for any of the above major programs. The other courses listed are electives or required for the major, depending upon the specific program. See New Paltz catalog for details. One-half of the credits in the major must be completed at New Paltz. COBLESKILL COURSES EQUIVALENT NEW PALTZ COURSE Required: BIOL 111/112 Biology I and Biology II 15201 General Biology I AND AND BIOL 111X/112X Biology I and Biology II Lab 15202 General Biology II BIOL 105 Principles of Genetics 15320 Genetics BIOL 211 Terrestrial Ecology 15340 Ecology BIOL 219/219X Microbiology/Lab 15350 General Microbiology BIOL 258/258X Anatomy and Physiology I/Lab AND 15307 Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy BIOL 259/259X Anatomy and Physiology II/Lab MATH 125 Statistics 64241 Introduction to Statistics MATH 231 Calculus I 64251 Calculus I Electives: BIOL 116 Botany I* No corresponding course* BIOL 117 Botany II* No corresponding course* BIOL 131 Natural History of the Vertebrates* No corresponding course* BIOL 136/136X Vertebrate Biology/Lab* 15315 Vertebrate Zoology* BIOL 215 Aquatic and Marine Ecology* No corresponding course* BIOL 251/251X Vertebrate Histology/Lab* No corresponding course* BIOL 255 Introductory Animal Pathology* No corresponding course* BIOL 268/268X Microtechniques/Lab* No corresponding course* BIOL 290 Special Projects* No corresponding course* BIOL 300 Principles of Parasitology* No corresponding course* BIOL 303 Seminar in Applied Genetics* No corresponding course* BIOL 307 Invertebrate Zoology* 15312 Invertebrate Zoology* BIOL 316 Ornithology* 15381 Introduction to Ornithology* BIOL 317 Herpetology* No corresponding course* BIOL 318 Fish Biology* No corresponding course* BIOL...

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