Course number: ENSC 0102
Course length: 75 hrs
Course credits: 3 credits
Students are introduced to some important theories and principles of Ecology, and characteristics of the ecosystems of Northern Canada. Ecosystems are presented, as well as the driving forces behind ecological diversity. The organization of life from the scale of the individual to the biome is covered, with an emphasis on populations, communities, and ecosystems. Ecological community structure and change are covered, including the interactions between living organisms. Northern case studies and applications to the management of natural resources are used to illustrate the learning objectives through lectures, labs and field exercises.
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