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BIOL 245 Principles of Ecology

Examines interrelations of plants and animals and the environment. Covers biological adaptations and biogeochemical cycles. Analyzes geographical, chemical, and biological aspects of the environment and their application to conservation, with an emphasis on New England. Includes fieldwork in mountain, marsh, bog, and rocky-shore ecosystems.

Credits

4

Prerequisite

Required BIOL-113, BIOL-218, or BIOL-221 Recommended BIOL-245L

Course Type

SCI

Offered

SCI