General Ecology addresses the full scale of life, from tiny bacteria to processes that span the entire planet. Ecologists study many diverse and complex relations among species, such as predation and pollination. The diversity of life is organized into different habitats, from terrestrial (middle) to aquatic ecosystems.
COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES (CLO)
CLO: 1. Demonstrate knowledge of organismal diversity and evolution (including the concepts of natural selection, fitness, microevolution and macroevolution). Learning level C2)
CLO: 2. Apply quantitative methods to biological situations. (using mathematical and statistical formulas to make various calculations for population growth, life tables and population genetics) (Learning level C3).
CLO: 3. Infer and report information from the scientific literature, electronic databases and online resources Ecological practices and problems. (Learning level C4)