Functional Ecology of Plants

This course is designed for graduate and undergraduate students with interest in plant functional ecology. We explore how (woody) plants function and respond to changing climate. We focus on plant functional traits (e.g., leaf properties, wood density, maximum height) and the main tradeoffs controlling plant form and function in various environments. Instructor: Palmroth, Domec

Course Number: 
BIOLOGY505(D)
Course Level: 
500-699
Curriculum Codes: 
Crosslisting Numbers: 
ENV505
Course Notes: 
Fall 2020 offering (note, can count for S/F or Ecology, but not both)