Limnology

Limnology, the study of the physical, chemical, and biological properties of inland waters, focuses on lakes where physical (light, temperature, and mixing) and chemical (dissolved elements and compounds) properties interact with the ecology and evolution of organisms. Topics include origins and morphology of inland waters; physical and chemical properties; diversity and interactions among the organisms found in lakes; historical perspectives; and understanding conservation and management in the context of global change. Frequent field trips to local freshwater ecosystems.

Prerequisites: E&EB 220 and E&EB 225, or with permission of instructor.

Course Number: 
E&EB 325
Professor (Faculty Member): 
Day / time: 
T 1:30 - 2:20 Th 1:30 - 5:20
Course Type: 
Undergraduate
Course term: 
Fall
Year: 
2017