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ENVS 562 Urban Ecology 3.0 Credits

This course seeks to understand urban areas as meaningful ecological and socio-ecological systems. This acknowledges that humans are biological organisms that are not only members of ecological communities, but also organisms that are unique in their ability to alter and influence the nature of their interactions with the environment. This course examines the study of ecology in urban landscapes, as well as how organisms respond to and influence the abiotic and biotic nature of urban areas.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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