|75-355 Human Ecology W(3-0)|
This course will examine the ecological and evolutionary correlates of human population biology and behaviour. General principles from ecology and evolutionary biology will first be discussed; then how these principles have been used to develop models for the evolution of human social behaviour and understanding adaptive strategies among modern subsistence-level populations. Particular attention will be given to current ecological problems (e.g., loss of biodiversity) and their implications for the health and survival of modern human populations. (Offered in odd-numbered years.)
|1996-97 Undergraduate Calendar|
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