ENVS 230L : Fisheries Ecology

Examines the interactions between fish, their habitats, and human harvest. Includes an overview of aquatic ecology and an introduction to fisheries management. Involves moderately strenuous field activities, such as hiking and wading in streams. (NS)

Prerequisites

ENGL& 101, MATH& 146, and Z00L216L.

Course Outcomes

  1. Use scientific conceptual models to explain aquatic ecosystem phenomena.
  2. Apply ecological knowledge to identify human harvest impacts upon aquatic ecosystems.
  3. Describe the current approaches to fisheries management and conservation.
  4. Develop practical skills and knowledge of aquatic ecosystem studies.

Overview

Program

Credits

5