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BIOL 3450 - Introduction to Aquatic Environments F (3-0) [0.50]

This course provides an introduction to the structure and components of aquatic ecosystems, how they are regulated by physical, chemical and biological factors, and the impact of humans on these environments and their biota. Laboratory periods will centre around computer-based exercises and simulation of aquatic systems. Department of Integrative Biology.

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Posted On : November 30, -0001

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I had a prof who just started teaching it, so the whole course was really disorganized in terms of assignments and exams; there was also a lot of textbook readings to do because it was so hard to keep up with in lecture. People who took the course just for a biosci prereq ended up dropping it because it was really unfair and people in marine bio who had to take it struggled. I enjoyed the content of the class, it was pretty interesting, but if the professor was different and more thought was put into assignments and marking schemes it would be better.
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