BIO 157: Terrestrial Ecosystem Ecology
Ecosystem ecology is the study of interactions between organisms and their physical environment within an Earth-system context. Focuses on energy, water, and nutrient flows through the living (plants, animals, microorganisms) and nonliving (soils, atmosphere) components of both natural and human-modified terrestrial ecosystems.
Prerequisite: BIO 148 or ESS 148 . Open only to standing(s): Junior, Senior. Pass/No Pass option. Discussion included. Cross-Listed with ESS 124 .
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