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Fundamentals of Biogeography (Fundamentals of Physical Geography)
Fundamentals of Biogeography (Fundamentals of Physical Geography)

Author: Richard Huggett

ISBN: 9780415323475

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    1. 2. Why is a taxon confined to its present range? What enables a species to live where it does, and what prevents it from colonizing other areas? What roles do climate, topography, and interactions with other organisms play in limiting the distrib

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    #1 - Defining Ecology
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    School: Clark University

    What is Ecology? Ecology is derived from the Greek "oikos," meaning home, or household (same root as "economy" or "economics") Ecology: the study of the relationships between organisms and their physical and biological environment = Ecology and

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    Course: EEOB 700
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    Patterns of Biodiversity Biogeography's central tenet is that each species has a unique geographic range = basic unit of biogeography Range maps Outline depicts the range as an irregular area within a boundary Dot points plotted on map where s

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    EBIO 1220 General Biology Introduction to Ecology & Biogeography Corrected, final version April 10-14, 2006 Introduction to Ecology (Reading: Chapter 50) 1. The scope of ecology 2. Factors affecting species distribution 3. Aquatic & terrestrial bio

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    Lecture Notes 9-26-07 COMMUNITY: a group of species living together in the same place at the same time. How are Communities Organized? Community Concepts Community Structure-Focus on Diversity "Inputs and Outputs"-Focus on "Island Biogeography Inter

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    Biology 2108 Summer 2008 Dr. Davis Abbreviated lecture notes from the week starting 7/07/08 Corresponds with Chapter 50 in Campbell (7th Edition) 50 An Introduction to Ecology and the Biosphere The Scope of Ecology Ecology - Is the scient

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    ecology biomes
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    Today's Topics Ecology: The scientific study of the interactions between organisms and their environments. Biogeography: the science that documents and attempts to explain the patterns of distributions of populations, species, and ecological commun

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    CHAPTER 55 - DYNAMICS OF ECOSYSTEMS Chapter Outline and Review are excellent. My Modification of the Chapter outline: Energy Flow in Ecosystems Trophic Levels Food Chains Ecological Pyramids Trophic Cascades Biodiversity Stability of Ecosystems Bioge

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    Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION: GEOGRAPHY MATTERS Chapter Objectives The objectives of this chapter are to illustrate: 1. Why places matter 2. How geography matters 3. The basic tools required for understanding geography Chapter Outline Why Places Matter (

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    Biology 3 Lecture outline and notes for test 1. Fall 2007 Use these notes as a study OUTLINE- you need to use your lecture notes and text to provide details of the subjects outlined below. Ch 22. Know briefly the points of view of some of the scient

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    30 - community ecology
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    Community Ecology Community - all the interacting populations of organisms living together in a specific habitat or geographic area at a particular time Key questions about a community What species are there? What are the relative abundances of the

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    Ecology Notes Part #1
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    I) What is Ecology? 1) Ecology is derived from the Greek "oikos" meaning home, or household a Same root as economy or economics 2) Ecology: the study of the relationships between organisms and their physical and biological environment 3) Ecology and

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    Week7
    Course: EEOB 700
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    Island Biogeography: Patterns in Species Richness Wallace, Darwin, Hooker David Lack (1947, 1976) - critical study of evolution and ecology of Galpagos finches Ernst Mayr (1942, 1963) - followed Wallace's footsteps in the East Indies G. Evelyn Hutchi

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    363 lecture 2-2008 - what is conservation biology
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    Reading assignments for Wednesday BSCI 363: Primack Chapter 2 CONS 670: Primack Chapter 2 Laurance, W. F. 2007. Have we overstated the tropical biodiversity crisis? Trends in Ecology & Evolution 22:65-70. http:/www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=Artic

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