GGR305H1: Biogeography


Biogeography aims to identify and explain patterns of plant and animal distributions through space and time. This course considers topics including ecological and evolutionary dynamics, dispersal, migration, plate tectonics, speciation, extinction, paleoenvironments, and island biogeography. We will examine terrestrial and marine biomes, the meaning of biodiversity, conservation challenges, and recent biogeographic changes associated with human activities.

8.0 credits
Living Things and Their Environment (4)