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Environmental Sciences
Term : Summer 2022
Catalog Year : 2021-2022

ENV 226 - Ecology For Environmental Sciences And Studies

Description: This course surveys the central concepts in ecology and their role in setting limits on the sustainable use of resources, building on the foundations set in ENV 171 (Foundations of Environmental Sciences). Topics include evolution, population dynamics, community interactions, biogeochemical cycling, and limiting factors, as well as how those factors are measured, analyzed, and interact with drivers of global environmental change. As a core class in the Environmental Sciences and Environmental and Sustainability Studies degrees, this class covers ecological topics in connection to human dimensions of management and conservation. Letter grade only.

Units: 3

Sections offered: Fall 2024

Prerequisite: ENV 171 Corequisite: ENV 224L or ENV 226L