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ESYS2008syllabus%20final2 - ESYS 101: ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY...

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ESYS 101: ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY Fall Quarter, 2008 Course overview: The Environmental Systems major seeks to provide students with the interdisciplinary background needed to tackle the diverse environmental problems facing our planet today and into the future. ESYS 101 is one of three core courses required of ESYS majors. The purpose of the course is to survey the biochemical, genetic, physiological, and ecological processes governing the relationship between organisms and their environment. The underlying theme of the course will be to demonstrate how biological structures and processes are impacted by environmental perturbations. Course Instructors: Professor Ron Burton, Scripps Institution of Oceanography Office: Hubbs Hall 2140 Phone: 822-5784 email: rburton@ucsd.edu Professor Brian Palenik, Scripps Institution of Oceanography Office: Hubbs Hall 3140 Phone: 534-7505 email: bpalenik@ucsd.edu TAs: both at Scripps Institution of Oceanography Elizabeth Latham email: ealatham@ucsd.edu
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