ECOL 10 Introduction to Ecology (3)
Lec-52.5, field trips
Credit, Degree Applicable
P/NP Available
ADVISE: ENGL 93 or ENGL 95 or ENGL 88 or ENGL 88A or ESL 150 or placement in ENGL 96 or ENGL 88B or ESL 160
A lecture course examining the fundamental concepts of ecology. Application of the scientific method; chemical and energy cycles; effect of the physical and biological environment on community structure; diversity and distribution; population dynamics and interspecific relationships; biodiversity on the genetic, species, and ecosystems level and relevant social ecological problems.
Not recommended for students who have completed BIO 20A Ecology and Human Environment. ECOL10=BIO 20

After successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

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