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Biology and Ecology of Fish

Biology and Ecology of Fish

Lectures provide background in fish ecology, distribution and evolution, and in the geological history of North American freshwater habitats. Laboratory and field exercises, designed to investigate the physiological, behavioral, and numerical responses of fish to biotic and abiotic factors. Group exercises stress methods for studying community interactions, population ecology and limiting factors, and students are expected to design and carry out independent studies applying methods learned in class to specific problems in fish ecology.
UM Course ID
014589
Course Number
EEB 486
Academic Level
Undergraduate
Credits
5
Sustainability Category
Sustainability-Inclusive
School(s)/College(s)
Literature, Science, & Arts » Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Academic Term(s)
Term Year Term Session(s)
2020
Summer
2018
Summer
2017
Summer