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GEOG 202

GEOG 202 Geography of Ecosystems
3 Credits

Examination of the environmental factors that control the distribution and development of ecosystems, including climatic and geological change. The course emphasizes plant ecology, the structure and functioning of ecosystems, ecosystem strategies relative to soil and climatic conditions, and includes discussion of the effects of disturbance and management on natural and altered systems throughout the globe. Laboratories include investigations of ecosystem characteristics, biomass structures, soils, and impacts of disturbance. Field trips, including one-day weekend surveys, may be held. (3,3,0)

BIOL 101 and BIOL 102 or GEOG 150 and GEOG 160

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