Population Ecology for a Changing Planet


Overview of the expanding field of population ecology, including the use of new bioinformatic tools to study topics such as the impacts of climate change on population dynamics, population growth and regulation, adaptive evolution, and emerging diseases. Lecture and discussion of case studies will evaluate current knowledge and productive research directions, highlighting analysis of observational and experimental data sets. Prerequisites: introductory statistics and calculus. Instructor: J. Clark
Curriculum Codes
  • STS
  • NS
Cross-Listed As
  • ENVIRON 678
Typically Offered
Fall Only