Lab 13 Bishop Museum Questions

Lab 13 Bishop Museum Questions - BISHOP MUSEUM FIELD TRIP...

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Unformatted text preview: BISHOP MUSEUM FIELD TRIP 2007 EVOLUTION IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Lab 13 13-1 Reminders! All students will embark on an independent field trip to the Bishop museum between 11/13 and 11/29. You are encouraged to make the trip with friends or classmates, but the written assignments MUST BE DONE INDIVIDUALLY . There is NO collaboration allowed in the completion of this assignment. Assignments are due by noon December 3 rd . Please be considerate of other visitors to the museum. Be respectful of others and to the museum. Your admission fee has already been paid. However, you need to show an ID to get in . When you go to the Bishop Museum, just tell them that you are a student from the UH Ecology class. Your visit to the Bishop Museum will focus on evolution of the Hawaiian flora and fauna. During your visit, you will need to answer questions regarding specific exhibits. YOU MUST SAVE YOUR ENTRY STICKER AND ATTACH IT TO YOUR ANSWER SHEETS TO PROVE THAT YOU WENT TO THE MUSEUM. NO CREDIT OTHERWISE! You are encouraged to take full advantage of this free trip to the Bishop Museum. Feel free to visit other exhibits at the museum. I. PURPOSE 1. To introduce you to a valuable resource for information on our local physical environment, plants, animals, peoples, and history. Relax, have fun!...
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This lab report was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course BIO 265L taught by Professor Fukami during the Fall '07 term at Hawaii.

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