lecture 1 2009

lecture 1 2009 - Sperm Whale (Physeter macrocephalus) Right...

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Sperm Whale ( Physeter macrocephalus ) Right Whale ( Eubalaena glacialis )
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Africa’s World of Forced Labor, in a 6-Year-Old’s Eyes (NYT, Nov 2006)
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ESPM 114 • Individuals (habitat selection and use, behavior) • Populations (growth, monitoring, control) • Communities (competition, predation, webs) • Special topics (new tools, disease, conservation)
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Ecology: The scientific study of the interactions that determine the distribution and abundance of organisms - any living creature, wild by nature, endowed with sensation and power of voluntary motion and including mammals, birds, amphibians and reptiles, which spend a majority of their life cycle on land Wildlife? - broad term that includes nondomesticated vertebrates, especially mammals, birds, and fish
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Evolution: change in a population over time Natural selection was Darwin and Wallace’s idea on the mechanism that drove evolution. (presented in 1858).
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Natural Selection IF there are organisms that reproduce, and IF offspring inherit traits from their parents, and
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