IB 105: Environmental Biology
|Description:||Introduction to ecological principles in relation to understanding environmental problems; emphasizes impacts upon ecosystems by human activities such as air and water pollution, usage of pesticides and pest control measures, expansion of agriculture in tropics and arid regions, harvesting the oceans, and development of energy sources.
The course meets twice a week as a lecture and once a week in a face-to-face discussion. 3 hours.
|Course Offered in Semester(s):||Fall
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