ATS Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Science - Earth & Atmospheric Sciences
ATS Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Science - Biological Sciences
BIOL 208 - Principles of Ecology
Ecology is the scientific study of interactions between organisms and their environment in a hierarchy of levels of organization: individuals, populations, communities, and ecosystems. Provides a comprehensive survey of general concepts that can stand alone or serve as preparation for advanced courses in ecology. Labs emphasize collection, analysis, and interpretation of data from ecological experiments and field studies to illustrate and complement lecture material. Examples are drawn from a broad range of organisms and systems. Prerequisite: BIOL 108 or SCI 100. Open to students in the BSc Forestry and BSc Forest Business Management program once they have completed REN R 120 and REN R 205.
PALEO 419 - Paleobiology of the Vertebrates II
Paleontology, evolution and paleoecology of Synapsida (e.g. therapsids and mammals) and archosaurs (e.g. crocodiles, dinosaurs, and birds) with emphasis on osteology, systematics, major adaptive shifts and subsequent radiations. Prerequisites: ZOOL 325 and any 300 level EAS or Biological Sciences course. Not available to students with credit in PALEO 319. [Faculty of Science]