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Evolutionary Ecology - BIOL368

This unit explores the big ideas and questions in ecology and evolution. Why are there so many species? How do species that share resources coexist in the same place? Why are some species rare and others abundant? With a strong emphasis on evolutionary processes and trait-based approaches, the unit scrutinises the general principles proposed to govern the abundance, distribution and characteristics of organisms globally. The unit is suitable for students interested in the big-picture of ecology and the current, cutting-edge ideas, theories and research approaches.

Credit Points: 3
When Offered:

S1 Day - Session 1, North Ryde, Day

S1 External - Session 1, External ((with on-campus sessions))

Staff Contact(s): Dr Michael Stat

BIOL227 and BIOL235  Prerequisite Information


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Assessed As: Graded
Offered By:

Department of Biological Sciences

Faculty of Science and Engineering

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