Ecology and the Marine Environment
Cornell students: this course is equivalent to BioEE 1610.
Cornell students, this course fulfills the following requirements (just like BioEE 1610):
- Core Course requirement for Biology majors; this course is equivalent to BioEE 1610 and fulfills core course requirement
- CALS Graduation requirement for Introductory Life Sciences/Biology
- CALS Graduation requirement for Physical and Life Sciences
- Ecology Course requirement for Science of Natural & Environmental Systems (SNES) majors
- Introductory Biology Lecture requirement for Biology & Society majors
- Required Biology course for Science of Earth Systems (SES) majors
- Intro Bio requirement for Biological Engineering students
Happy EME student in the field on Appledore Island (photo by Jan Factor).
This course provides an introduction to ecology, covering interactions between marine organisms and the environment at scales of populations, communities, and ecosystems. The course concludes with a final field-based project conducted by student teams.
Internship prerequisite: This course is recommended experience for the Intertidal Ecology Internship.
Ecology and the Marine Environment 2015 faculty: Dr. Factor, Dr. Crumsey, Dr. Zechman and Joe Byington (TA).