ECOPHYS TO ECOSYSTEMS

BIOLOGY 842

A comprehensive course on the processes and factors that determine the capture and flow of energy and materials through individual organisms, populations, and entire ecosystems, both natural and disturbed. Interactions between ecosystem processes and the determinants of species number, and home range link this course to material covered in University Program in Ecology 701. Focus on human impacts that affect the movements of energy and materials in ecosystems. Studies of paleoecology provide a historical context for current patterns of global change. Instructor: Staff

Location: 
Env Hall 1100
Instructor: 
Alberts, Susan