Stream Ecology (NR 280)

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This course provides an introduction to the structure and functions of streams and rivers. We will explore the physical, chemical, and biological characteristics of these critical ecosystems.  Our examination of streams and rivers will be from an ecological perspective with a focus on the implications for management and policy. This course is designed for well-prepared undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in natural resources, aquatic ecology, and watershed sciences.

Enrolled students can accesss lecture, lab and other course materials from the Blackboard site. The "Syllabus' and "Organization" links at the left provide an overview of the current course structure.

Textbook
Title: Stream Ecology
Authors: David Allan and Maria Castillo
Publisher: Springer; 2nd edition (September 14, 2007)
ISBN-10: 140205582X
ISBN-13: 978-1402055829.

Note: The syllabus for this course will be posted on UVM Blackboard prior to each offering of the course.

Stream Ecology, Allan and Castillo