Climate, Coffee, and Coronavirus: Why Ecology Matters to Human Health

ENVIRON 153

Explores interactions between organisms and their environments that impact human health. Examines effects of climate change and human population growth on food supply, water availability, the spread of disease, and ecosystem services. Case studies used to illustrate the scientific process, to evaluate supporting evidence, and to investigate ethical issues. For nonmajors. One course. Not open to students who have taken Biology 209-1 or Biology 209S-1. Instructor: Reynolds

Ecosystem and human health

Crosslisting Numbers: 

BIOLOGY 153
GLBHLTH 153
Curriculum Codes: 
NS, STS
Course Taught: 
Fall 2020