Tools for Undergraduate Research in Environmental Science and Field Biology:
(Note: Though still works-in-progress, Units I, II and III all contain content. Unit IV will become available sometime in the future!)

I. Scientific Inquiry: How to identify a research topic, question and hypothesis

II. Fundamentals of Field Sampling: How to design a field study

III. Graphing and Statistics: How to interpret your data using MS Excel

IV. Communicating Your Results: Tips for writing effective papers and making clear presentations

May 13, 2016 appearance on PRI's Science Friday by yours truly...



Check out the new 2100 Project Website!

Welcome to EcologyAndEvolution.Org,
a website dedicated to
  • promoting undergraduate involvement in field science
  • sharing student discoveries
  • using technology (such as sound graphs) to make the natural world more accessible
Click here for info on the new FP Tree ID App for smartphones!

Spring, 2016:
This site is a work-in-progress. Check back over the coming months and years as we add new links, photos, blogs and tools for undergraduate science research!


Sampling Forest Plants in BI430 field lab.

This site created and maintained by
Dr. Rhine Singleton
Associate Professor of Biology & Environmental Science
Franklin Pierce University, Rindge, NH 03461
You can contact me at: singler at franklinpierce dot edu