Fundamentals of Ecology

PREREQUISITES: BIOL-UA 100 OR BIOL-UA 11 OR BIOL-UA 13 OR BIOL-UA 9011 AND BIOL-UA 9012 OROR BIOL-UA14 OR BIOL-UA 9012 RECOMMENDED AS CONCURRENT OR FOLLOW-UP COURSES: BIOL-UA 0016 & BIOL-UA 0017.

COURSE IS OPEN TO BIOLOGY MAJORS ONLY, DURING THE FIRST WEEK OF REGISTRATION

Students investigate the relationship between abiotic and biotic components of an ecosystem. Building upon an introduction to environmental factors, students examine the interplay between these components at the organismal, population, community and ecosystem levels. Throughout the course, we discuss current ecological applications and issues, such as habitat destruction, sustainability, disease, invasive species, and global climate change. Intended for students majoring in biology (ecology track) and environmental studies.

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Fall 2022

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Katie Schneider Paolantonio
TR: 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM GCASL 261