Courses

OEB 55. Ecology: Populations, Communities, and Ecosystems

This course examines the relationships of organisms to their environment at the individual, population, and community level. The course covers topics in both pure and applied ecology including: adaptations to the physical environment, population dynamics, competition, predator-prey interactions, community ecology, ecosystem structure, stability, and function, the ecology of infectious diseases, and natural resource management.
Prerequisite: Mathematics 1a or 1b.

Professor: 

Colin Johnson

Season: 

Spring

Days: 

M
W
F

Time: 

10:00-11:00

Course ID: 

132206

Subject Area: 

Core
Organismic and Evolutionary Biology

Research Areas: 

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