Ecology, Nutrient Cycling and Landscape Processes G1F, 7,5 credits, BV313G
Ecologists study many diverse and complex relationships between organisms and their environment. Ecology addresses biological processes at all levels of life, from interactions among individuals to the function of entire ecosystems at a global scale.
In this course you will study fundamental ecological concepts. You will also learn to recognize and describe different Swedish biotopes, plan and conduct a simple ecological survey, and read and discuss ecological research papers. Ecological aspects of current environmental problems and human resource exploitation are also covered.
- Course coordinator: Sonja Leidenberger
- Examiner: Niclas Norrström
- Application code: HS-E2426
- Prerequisites: Prerequisite courses for this course are: Courses: [KE116G-Chemistry and Impacts on Environment and Health G1N or KE117G-Basic Chemistry G1N] and [BV101G-Biological Life Forms G1N or BV104G-Biological Forms and Function G1N] (or the equivalent).
- Course plan with course literature: Course plan in English, Course plan in Swedish
- Start semester: spring -20
- Pace of study: 50%
- Start week - end week: w.14 - w.23
- When: Day
- Language: The teaching is conducted in English.
- Place: Skövde
- Course code: BV313G
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- Mode of teaching Campus