University of Calgary

ECOL 501 - Ecological & Evolutionary Applications - Winter 2019

A class project course in which students apply their understanding of ecological and evolutionary concepts and their analytical skills to investigate selected problems in detail. Project topics vary from year to year and will include fundamental and applied problems. Formal written and oral reports will be presented as a necessary component of the course.
This course may not be repeated for credit.

Hours

  • H(0-3)

Notes

  • Prior or concurrent completion of Biology 401, Ecology 419 and 439 are strongly recommended. Ecology 501 is intended to draw on experience gained throughout the Ecology program, and should be taken by students in the final year of the program.

Prerequisite(s)

  • Ecology 425, 429 and one of 417 or 419; and completion of at least 12.5 full-course equivalents.
Syllabus

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