BI 215 - General Ecology
Prerequisites: Completion of BI 151 , BI 152 , or BI 153 or BI 154 with a grade of C- or better. This is a general ecology course that is recommended for students majoring in biology, natural resources, forestry, soil science or environmental studies. The course examines populations, communities, ecosystems and biomes through lecture, laboratory and field experiences. Major areas of concentration include the interaction of ecology and evolution, population dynamics, interspecific interactions, community structure, biological diversity, succession, biomes, primary productivity and energy flow. The course will require the student to use basic mathematical skills including exponentants and logs. Students are required to provide their own transportation to and from field site locations. Three hours lecture, three hours lab. Recommended Skills: Completion of MA 98 is strongly recommended.
Three hours lecture, three hours lab.
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