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Ecology

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Ecology introductionWhat is ecology?Ecological levels: from individuals to ecosystems
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Population size, density, & dispersalLife tables, survivorship, & age-sex structureLife history strategies and fecundityLife history strategies
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Exponential and logistic growth in populationsPopulation regulationPredator-prey cyclesExponential & logistic growthPopulation regulationThomas Malthus og befolkningstilvækst
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Interactions between populationsInteractions in communitiesEcological interactionsNiches & competitionPredator-prey cyclesPredation & herbivory
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Økosystemer og økologiske netværkCommunity structureIntroduced species and biodiversityInvasive speciesEcological successionEcological succession
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Ecosystems and biomesWhat is an ecosystem?Flow of energy and matter through ecosystemsFood chains & food websEnergy flow & primary productivity
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Intro to biogeochemical cyclesBiogeochemical cycles overviewThe water cycleThe water cycleThe carbon cycleThe carbon cycleThe nitrogen cycleThe nitrogen cycleThe phosphorus cyclePhosphorus cycleEutrophication and dead zones
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How biodiversity is distributed globallyWhy biodiversity is distributed unevenlyNew localities lead to new biodiversityTolerance ranges of speciesClimateTropical rainforest biomes
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Why are polar bears found only in the Arctic? Why does mildew grow in your shower and not (hopefully) in your sock drawer? Learn how ecologists study the interactions between organisms and their environment, and how these interactions affect where, and in what numbers, different types of organisms are found.
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