GEOG 274

Introduction to Biogeography

Units: 1.5

Hours: 2-2

Examines the relationships among organisms - principally plants and animals - and their environment, emphasizing their distributions across a range of spatial and temporal scales. Examines basic ecological and evolutionary concepts affecting biogeographic processes of dispersal, speciation and extinction; how patterns of biodiversity change over space and time from early earth history to the contemporary environment; the nature of changing biotic distributions with increasing human impacts and global change.



Undergraduate course in Geography offered by the Department of Geography in the Faculty of Social Sciences.

Fall 2017 Spring 2018 Summer 2018

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