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WATS 6230/7230 Graduate Fish Ecology: From seminal contributions to hot, new advances

Spring Semester
WATS 6230/7230 - 2 credits with 1 credit special projects option
Time and Location:TBD

This course integrates across ecology’s major subdisciplines, covering a range of contemporary and foundational topics relevant to fish ecology, including:

  • Habitat
  • Population dynamics
  • ‘Riverscape’ ecology
  • Feeding Ecology & Predation
  • Food webs & Species Interactions
  • Invasion biology
  • Macroecology
  • Ecosystem Ecology
  • Applied issues
Graduate Fish Ecology

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