Biogeochemistry of Global Change

BIOL-UA 66

Biogeochemistry is the study of biological controls on the chemistry of the environment and geochemical regulation of ecological structure and function. Utilizes the scientific literature from peer-reviewed journals to explore specific case studies (e.g., acid precipitation, nitrogen deposition, eutrophication of the oceans, etc.).

Format: Lecture

Prerequisites: PoB2 or ESS (BIOL-UA 12 or 9012 or ENVST-UA 100)

Corequisites: None

Location: New York

Equivalent(s): None

Syllabus

Term(s) offered:

Requirements satisfied:
  • Major: Biology Standard Track
      • Upper-Level Elective
          • Advanced Biology
  • Major: Ecology Track
      • Upper-Level Elective
          • Reasoning Skills
          • Advanced Biology
  • Major: GPH/Biology
      • Additional Elective
  • Minor: Environmental Biology
      • Elective