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ENV-260   Environmental Science II3 credits

Prerequisites: ENV-160

Corequisites: ENV-260L

This course explores biological and ecological principles as a means of understanding the behavior of complex environmental systems, including biotic communities, and ecosystems, such as forests, coral reefs, and agricultural ecosystems. We investigate human population dynamics and human impacts on these systems and consider issues in areas such as climatology, biodiversity, conservation biology, sustainable agriculture, toxicology, and risk assessment using various models, problem-solving approaches, and interdisciplinary perspectives.

ENV-260L   Environmental Science II Laboratory1 credit

Prerequisites: ENV-160

Corequisites: ENV-260

This is the laboratory course for ENV-260.