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Professor of Ecology & Evolution and Physiology

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BioC59: Advanced Population Ecology

The study of the interactions that determine the distribution and abundance of organisms on the earth. The topics will include an understanding of organism abundance and the factors that act here: population parameters, demographic techniques, population growth, species interactions (competition, predation, herbivory, disease), and population regulation. It will include an understanding of organism distribution and the factors that act here: dispersal, habitat selection, species interactions and physical factors.

Exclusion: EEB319H, (BIO319H)
Prerequisite: BioB50H3

Picture of Drs. Michael Clinchy and Rudy Boonstra working on stress in animal populations in the Gulf Islands in B.C.
Picture of Drs. Michael Clinchy and Rudy Boonstra working on stress in animal populations in the Gulf Islands in B.C.



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