BI 370 Humans and the Environment
The study of how humans interact with their environment and the effect of the environment on human society. Topics include climate change, biodiversity, human population growth, environmental health, pollution, toxicology, agriculture, and forest management. Emphasis placed on ecological principles, scientific inquiry, and developing awareness of individual impact and agency in the context of environmental challenges.
Three hours lecture and one three-hour laboratory including field trips.
Does not apply toward biology major.
Prerequisite: BI 101 or BI 102 or BI 211 or consent of instructor; MTH 095 or MTH 101 with a grade of C- or better (or equivalent), highly recommended
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