SEFS 501 is a great 5 credit class offered in the Fall of 2018. The class takes 2 field trips to explore forest ecosystems in Washington and collect data to be analyzed throughout the quarter.
SEFS 501 Forest Ecosystems – Community Ecology
Community ecology of forest ecosystems. Quantitative methods of community description. Role of limiting factors, competition, and disturbance in determining community composition, structure, and stability. Introduction to forest ecosystem productivity. History and application of successional theory. Prerequisite: basic ecology course or permission of instructor
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