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Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2017-18

BIOL 58 Advanced Community Ecology

This course will examine the various mechanisms structuring ecological communities of plants and animals. The course will consist of regular lectures, readings from the primary literature, and individual projects. Topics to be covered include simple two-species interactions (e.g. predation, competition, parasitism, mutualisms), simultaneous multispecies interactions, food web structure, regulation of species diversity on ecological and evolutionary time scales, community succession, and biogeography. Emphasis will be placed on the development of mathematical models and their relationship to empirical studies. Offered in alternate years.




BIOL 15, BIOL 16 and one course from among BIOL 21, BIOL 22, BIOL 23, BIOL 24, BIOL 25, BIOL 27, BIOL 28, BIOL 29, BIOL 31

Distributive and/or World Culture


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