Summer 2020, No courses due to construction.
Lake and Stream Ecology covers the principles of biological, physical, and chemical processes of inland waters. Through lectures, field trips, lab exercises, and independent projects, students will address practical topics related to aquatic ecology, including sources and treatment of drinking water, differences in stream ecosystems from mountains to plains, and effects of natural and anthropogenic factors on lakes and streams. We will study aquatic ecosystems in the area, from lakes in the mountains to rivers on the plains.
Instructor: Dr. Dev Niyogi, University of Missouri
Location: Mountain Research Station and surrounding areas
Dates & Times: N/A
Credit: 3 credit hours in biology (EBIO 4100)
Tuition: N/A (Includes room in a 2-person rustic cabin and all meals at the Mountain Research Station on days when class is in session)
Prerequisite: General ecology, general chemistry, or instructor consent
For More Information:
Dr. Dev Niyogi
University of Missouri
Questions about staying at the Mountain Research Station during your course? See our Guide to Visiting and Living at the Station.