ES 224: Terrestrial Ecosystem Ecology
Ecosystem ecology is the study of interactions between organisms and their environment. Focus on energy, water and nutrient flows through the living (plants, animals, microbes) and nonliving (soils, atmosphere) components of ecosystems. We examine both natural and human-modified terrestrial ecosystems. Graduate requirements include preparation and peer review of a research proposal.
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