EEB430H1: Theoretical Ecology

Hours: 
24L/24P

Theoretical ecology uses models to explain biological phenomena such as the maintenance of biodiversity, population growth, competition, eco-evolutionary dynamics, epidemiology, spatial ecology, and species extinction. Students will learn to develop and analyse ecological models, and apply models to analyse and interpret data. (Not offered in 2016-17)

Prerequisite: 

BIO220H1, EEB225H1, MAT136H1, and at least one of EEB319H1/​EEB321H1/​EEB322H1/​EEB323H1

Distribution Requirements: 
Science
Breadth Requirements: 
Living Things and Their Environment (4)