TEACHING

Principles of Conservation Biology  - BIOL 4160

The theory and practice relating to the conservation of threatened organisms and their habitats. Topics covered will include: the genetics and demography of small and fragmented populations; global and local conservation problems; case histories of conservation of endangered animals and plants.

Evolution - BIOL 4140

Critical appraisal of the evidence for evolution; a consideration of the basic principles of natural selection and the nature and origin of species and higher categories.

Communicating Biology - BIOL 3300/4300

The communication of scientific discovery is fundamental to all disciplines in biology. This course will continue to develop students' ability to convey scientific information and to read the scientific literature with understanding.

Animal Behaviour - BIOL 3100

An examination of the biological basis of animal behaviour including the genetics and development of behaviour, mate choice, communication and social behaviour.

Terrestrial Vertebrate Zoology - BIOL 4270

Critical appraisal of the evidence for evolution; a consideration of the basic principles of natural selection and the nature and origin of species and higher categories.

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