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Teaching –

These are the courses I routinely taught before retiring:

Ecology (BSC 201)

Interactions between organisms and their environment at the individual, population, community, and ecosystem levels of organization.

Economic Botany (BSC 211)

Diversity, origins, and history of plant uses, and implications for society and the environment, concentrating on economically important plants

Population Ecology (BSC 404)

Demography, population regulation, metapopulation dynamics, competition, and implications of theory for conservation and management.

Other courses

  • BSC 201 – Biological Investigations
  • BSC 290 – Undergrad Research
  • BSC 420 – Grad Seminar
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