Biodiversity Science and Application

Processes responsible for natural biodiversity from popula- tions to the globe. Topics include species interactions (e.g., competition, predation, parasitism), natural and human disturbance, climate change, and implications for management and conservation. Lab section involving observation and data from large-scale manipulations, such as experimental hurricanes, fire, and herbivore exclosures. One course. 3 graduate units.

Course Number: 
BIOLOGY565L
Course Level: 
500-699
Curriculum Codes: 
Crosslisting Numbers: 
ENVIRON575L
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