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Ecology of Rivers and Coasts—Food Webs and Human Impacts
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Two leading ecologists describe the complex interactions between species and their environment in aquatic ecosystems. Using field experiments, the researchers illustrate how interactions among organisms such as fish, crab, insects, snails, and algae determine the vitality of rivers and coastal ecosystems and how these factors are affected by human activities.

The lecturers are Mary Power from UC Berkeley and Brian Silliman from Duke University.

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