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BIOL2060 - Lecture 30 - Nov 25, 2013

BIOL2060 - Lecture 30 - Nov 25, 2013 - Announcements-An...

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1 1 -An updated schedule of lectures and readings has been posted on Courselink. -Posting of clicker marks is still delayed by technical problems. -Information on the final exam is included in the slides for the November 13 th lecture, as well as in the News section of our Courselink site. -We will have lecture on Thursday November 28 th , to make up for the lecture that we missed on Thanksgiving Monday. Announcements 2 SECTION I: WHAT IS ECOLOGY AND HOW DO WE STUDY IT? SECTION II: EFFECT OF THE ABIOTIC ENVIRONMENT ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF ORGANISMS SECTION III: EFFECT OF THE BIOTIC AND ABIOTIC ENVIRONMENT ON THE ABUNDANCE OF ORGANISMS SECTION IV: EFFECT OF SPECIES INTERACTIONS ON THE DISTRIBUTION AND ABUNDANCE OF ORGANISMS SECTION V: COMMUNITIES AND ECOSYSTEMS Outline of Biol*2060 topics
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2 3 1. What is a community and how do we quantify community structure? 2. How do communities change over time? 3. Food chains and top-down vs. bottom-up control 4. What stabilizes communities? 5. What is an ecosystem? 6. How do we measure energy flow through an ecosystem I? 7. How do we measure energy flow through an ecosystem II?
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