BIOL 436 Population EcOlogy And Global cLIMATE cHANGE

In this course, students investigate the factors shaping the characteristics of populations and their dynamics in time and space, with emphasis on the responses of populations to climatic fluctuation and global climate change. These concepts include the science of climate change, how temperature trends are estimated, the data used in assessment reports by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, large-scale climate systems such as the North Atlantic Oscillation and the El Niño Southern Oscillation, the basic characteristics of populations, how population densities are estimated, and the types of population data used in studies of population responses to climate change.

sEE ALsO: El Niño and La Niña; Greenhouse Effect.

BIBLIOGRAPHY. Pennsylvania State University, www.psu.edu (cited November 2007); Real Climate, www.realclimate.org (cited November 2007).

Fernando Herrera University of California, San Diego

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