By the end of this section, you will be able to:Describe the basic types of ecosystems on EarthDifferentiate between food chains and food webs and recognize the importance of each
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Environmental Biology, by Matthew R. Fisher, Editor, and supplemental resources specific to ...
Environmental Biology, by Matthew R. Fisher, Editor, and supplemental resources specific to the Pacific Northwest. See https://openoregon.pressbooks.pub/envirobiology/
Covers environmental topics that are primarily biological in nature. Includes human population issues, matter and energy resources, ecosystems, environmental ethics, and food and land resources. The associated laboratories will illustrate these topics and may include fieldwork.
Upon completion of the course students should be able to:
Express graphically, orally or in writing, basic elements and functions of ecosystems.
Identify and express interactions of humans and the environment.
Utilize field and laboratory methods and technologies to measure and describe ecosystems.
Demonstrate an understanding of ecosystem functioning and human effects upon ecosystems.