Environmental Microbiology (EVS3120)

An examination of microbes in the vast array of environments in which they occur, from wetlands and lake sediments, aquifers and deep crustal settings, to polar ice and desert surfaces. Emphasis on the roles that microbes play in biogeochemical cycles, redox processes, contaminant mobility, biodegradation, and ecosystem productivity.

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Midterms: 3
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Taught by: Alexandre Poulain Added on: Nov 3, 2016
Knowledge Gainz Book Unopened Midterm is a Breeze

Overall course content is pretty easy for a 3rd year science course. We had 3 midterms and no final, however the last midterm was written during the exam period. Class average was A-

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