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University of Connecticut Mark Urban
Eco-Evolution in Space


Limnology (EEB 3247)

The main objective of this course is to introduce students to the dominant physical, chemical, and biological mechanisms determining the ecology of inland waters. A secondary objective is to teach field sampling and research techniques pertinent to aquatic research.

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Seminar in Vertebrate Biology (EEB 6480)

This is a 1 credit course that includes analysis and discussion of current literature in vertebrate biology.

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Special Topics - Nature, Science & Society (EEB 5895)

This seminar involves faculty, graduate students, undergraduate students, and local citizens. The point is to engage in a broader discussion of the place of nature and science in our society.

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