University of Calgary

ECOL 527 - Ecology of Fishes - Winter 2016

The ecology of fishes with an emphasis on freshwater systems. Fish will be used as models for examining ecological principles and theory at various levels of organization including physiological, behavioural, population and community ecology. Topics covered include: morphology, systematics, foraging, bioenergetics, life history strategies, population dynamics and the role of fish in aquatic food webs.
This course may not be repeated for credit.

Hours

  • H(3-2T)

Notes

  • Offered during even-odd dated academic years.

Prerequisite(s)

  • Biology 313, and one of Ecology 417 or Zoology 477.02.
Syllabus

Sections

This course will be offered next in Winter 2018.
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