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196.320 Biodiversity and Biogeography (15 credits)
This course will explore the biodiversity sciences drawing on evolutionary and ecological theory, and using terrestrial and marine examples on local to global scales. Students will learn practical skills in quantifying patterns and contributing processes, and how to critically synthesise empirical research to advance knowledge and its application to conservation.
Any two of 196.101, 199.101, 199.103, 196.206, 196.217, 196.225, 196.328, 196.329, 199.330
General Prerequisite: At least 45 credits from 200 level.
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