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Nov 16, 2016 by Andrii Berdnyk (aberdnyk)
GEOG 2129 : Biogeography
Wed, 16 Nov 2016 09:04:44 GMT
Mon, 07 Nov 2016 00:16:21 GMT
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The types of comparative data used to elucidate patterns of distribution, diversity, and dynamics in species, communities, and ecosystems.
1. demonstrate understanding of scientific basis in biogeography
2. conduct scientific literature research and ability to analyze literature critically on biogeographic subject
3. evaluate relationship between environment and organism distribution based on understanding of the causes and patterns of distribution and abundance of species and their changes over time
4. evaluate current literature that relates to a particular species or community and design research plan to address biogeography related questions
5. apply understanding of key ecological and evolutionary theory and biogeography concepts in environmental studies and conservational practices
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