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University of Connecticut Mark Urban
Eco-Evolution in Space

Teaching


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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