ENSC 425 (formerly 325)
Ecotoxicology - Fall 2012
Kinesiology Bldg. Rm. 106
1 - 3hr lecture slot/week
Dr. Peter Hodson
Office: Rm 3122 Biosciences Complex
An exploration of the interactions among chemical exposure, toxicity to individual organisms, and effects on ecosystem structure and function. Mechanisms of toxicity will be linked to effects at different levels of organization up to the level of the ecosystem, using case studies to explore the complexities of exposure and response.
NOTE Field trip: estimated cost $50.
PREREQUISITES ENSC 201/3.0 and BIOL 201/3.0 and BIOL 202/3.0 and CHEM 112/6.0 or CHEM 116/6.0 or permission of the School.
EQUIVALENCY ENSC 325/3.0