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Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2017-18

BIOL 51 Advanced Population Ecology

This course explores theory and data regarding properties of biological populations. Topics of lectures and analytical exercises include: descriptions of abundance, dispersion, and demographic schedules; applying life tables and matrix models to understand population growth and age structure; life history theory; influence of endogenous feedbacks and exogenous forces on population dynamics; spatial patterns and processes; and contributions of population ecology to applied issues in conservation, pest management, human demography, and the management of harvested populations. No student may receive course credit for both BIOL 21 and BIOL 51. Offered in alternate years.




BIOL 16 and one course from among: BIOL 22, BIOL 23, BIOL 24, BIOL 25, BIOL 27, BIOL 28, BIOL 29, or BIOL 31

Distributive and/or World Culture


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