This laboratory course is meant to be taken concurrently with Environmental Biology (BIO110). Through laboratory experiences, biotic and abiotic components of ecosystems are examined, as are various types of air, water and soil pollutants. This laboratory examines ecological principles in relation to environmental problems, allowing students to gain an awareness of their surroundings. Procedures and techniques used in the study of environmental issues are introduced, as are biological basics such as experimental design and problem solving.
Note: Not intended for students majoring in biology or in the health professions.
Recommended Prereq: BIO110 or concurrent enrollment.
Recommended Coreq: BIO110.
IAI: L1 905L.