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Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2016-17


BIOL 53 Aquatic Ecology

The study of interactions between biological communities and their freshwater environment. Lecture and readings provide the scientific background necessary for understanding the physical, chemical and biological dynamics of freshwater habitats. Emphasis is placed on application of fundamental concepts to problems in conservation and management of aquatic ecosystems. The laboratory and fieldwork, including a weekend field trip during the first week of classes, will acquaint students with modern methodological approaches for studying aquatic ecosystems. Offered in alternate years.

Instructor

The staff

Prerequisite

BIOL 15 or BIOL 16 and one course from among BIOL 21, BIOL 22, BIOL 23, BIOL 24, BIOL 25, BIOL 27, BIOL 28, BIOL 29, BIOL 31, or BIOL 46.

Distributive and/or World Culture

SLA

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Offered

Will not be offered in the 2016-2017 academic year.