BIOL378

Population Ecology and Conservation

15 points

Occurrences

Description

Advanced concepts in population ecology, especially those most relevant to the New Zealand region and to the conservation of the New Zealand biota. Topics include life history tradeoffs, dispersal and metapopulations, species interactions, population regulation, population modelling, management of populations, and issues for species conservation in New Zealand.

Pre-requisites

(1) BIOL270 or FORE202; (2) BIOL209 or FORE222/FORE224