GGR309H5 • Wetland Ecosystems

Description
Wetlands are an integral part of our biosphere, playing fundamental roles in the modification of water quality, biodiversity, and the global carbon cycle. This course focuses on the classification, hydrology, biogeochemistry, and ecology of wetland systems. The latter part of the course builds on this physical foundation by introducing management issues associated with wetland preservation, restoration and creation. This course fulfills 4 field days.
Prerequisites
9.0 credits
Distribution Requirement
Science
Total Instructional Hours
24L/36P
Program Area
Geography