MW 11-11:50am GLOVR 201
Section R01 – W 2-2:50pm NATRS 115
Section R02 – R 2-2:50pm ENGRG E202
Section R03 – M 2-2:50pm FRSTY 107
ECOL600 is a graduate-level course intended for M.S. and Ph.D. students in the Graduate Degree Program in Ecology and many related disciplines across Colorado State University.
Provide students the opportunity to learn and discuss classic and current theories and models in community ecology as they apply to animals and plants.
Lectures each week present terminology and conceptual development of field observations and experiments that support theories, and current directions. Discussion sections provide students the opportunity to read classic and current papers on each topic and discuss their merits and findings. Emphasis for discussions will be on constructive critique and debate of the papers, and students' unique perspectives from different disciplines.