38:494 Limnology [Koiter]

Prerequisite: 38/15:273 or 38:254.

Limnology is a multidisciplinary subject drawing on biology, chemistry and physics and putting them within the context of aquatic science. This course deals with the origin and morphology of fresh water basins, physical and chemical properties of water and the biological relationships of aquatic organisms. Students will be introduced to common limnological sampling techniques during field trips and laboratory exercises will focus on both analytical methods and interpretation of data.

3 lecture hours per week, 3 laboratory hours per week, one term.

Instructor: Alexander Koiter