Dec 12, 2019  
2019-2020 Winona Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Winona Undergraduate Catalog
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B105 Environmental Biology

3 credit(s)
The human position in the biological world and responsibility for living in reasonable harmony with the environs is the focus of this course. Beginning with an overview of major ecological principles governing all ecosystems, consideration is then given to such problems as population expansion, natural resources, pollution, conservation and environmental health.  The class meets for two lecture sessions and one two-hour laboratory investigation or field trip each week.  Typically offered fall and spring semesters.  This course is for non-biology majors.  Must be concurrently enrolled in B221 Biology Field Experience  unless lab requirement for Integrated General Education Program has previously been fulfilled.



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