ENV234H1: Environmental Biology: Structure and Function of Ecosystems (formerly ENV234Y1)

Hours: 
24L/18P

This multidisciplinary course draws on elements from geology, soil science, and ecology to understand past and present environments and human impacts on landscapes and ecosystems. Emphasis on the structure, functioning and connectivity of aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems. Field trips and labs. Mandatory day-long field trip on a Friday or Saturday (students choose which day; a fee of approximately $15 may be charged for field trip transportation.) (Lab Materials Fee: $25)

Prerequisite: 

BIO120H1/​JEG100H1 (recommended)/FOR200H1/​FOR201H1

Distribution Requirements: 
Science
Breadth Requirements: 
Living Things and Their Environment (4)