BIO105 - Environmental Biology

This is an introductory course that emphasizes the biological aspects of environmental science. It is usually taken by non-science majors to meet the general education requirement for scientific awareness, or by students who would like to consider the biology major and are interested in an ecology/environmental science focus. The course examines how ecosystems function, and covers the issues of natural resource management, population dynamics, and pollution control throughout the world.

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