Experimental Aquatic Ecology   [ARCHIVED CATALOG]
2008-2009 Graduate Catalog
   

BIO 547 - Experimental Aquatic Ecology


An advanced course in freshwater ecology that uses an experimental approach to explore concepts defining lake and stream ecosystems at the population, community and system levels.  Explores the abiotic and biotic forces that shape aquatic ecosystems through hands-on experiments designed and implemented by students.

Prerequisites & Notes
An ecology course (e.g., WLE 200, BIO 319, BIO 468, BIO 463, PSE 423, SMS 475, FES 407 or SMS 352) or permission. (Note:  BIO 547 and BIO 447 are similar and cannot both be taken for degree credit.)

Credits: 4

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