BIO 548: Aquatic Ecology
Graduate-level lecture course designed for an in-depth exploration of aquatic and wetland ecosystems. Learning activities include lectures on the major patterns and processes influence various aquatic systems, i.e. streams, lakes, wetlands, and estuaries; a literature review on one particular aquatic ecosystem; and oral presentation to the class about the system. Concurrent enrollment in the field/laboratory section is required. (Offered spring semester, during odd years).
Prerequisites, Corequisites, and Registration Restrictions:
[(prereq: CHEM 111L )]
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