BIOL 107: The Living Earth

Includes geological, biological and ecological studies. It considers the history of the earth and the forces which shape its changing surface, the nature of life and the requirements for life on the earth, heredity and evolution including the record of life preserved in the rocks, organism diversity, and the effects of people on the environment. The lectures will be supplemented by outside reading and by small-group tutorial and demonstration sessions.
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Arts and Science
Students with credit for BISC 100 or 101 or BIOL 108, 110, 120 or 121 or GEOL 205 or 206 may not take this course for credit. BIOL 107 is recommended for students in Program Types A, B and D. Students in Program Type C can use BIOL 107 as a junior elective in program requirement #7.