BIOL 619 - Aquatic Ecology

The value of freshwater resources, and the abiotic and biotic processes that determine community structure and function of organisms that inhabit inland waters. Students will become familiar with anthropogenic influences on and the ecosystem services provided by a diversity of aquatic systems through lecture and group activities.

Credit hours: 2

Co-Requisites: BIOL 619L - Aquatic Ecology Laboratory
Eligibility: Has completed BIOL250, BIOL260
Last updated: 05/23/2022