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Teaching


Level 1
210EVB104

Environmental Biology

Environmental Biology
Field course
Physiological responses to the Environment
Conservation theory
Island Biogeography
Fragmented habitats
Level 1
110BSC109

Skills in Bioscience - Statistics

Practical - Numerical Skills: Working with data outcomes
Numeracy: the need for statistics: dealing with data
Numeracy: interpreting statistics: making inferences
Numeracy: presentation and summary of statistics
Level 2
110BBC225

Applied Ecology

Field Course
Mammals - ecology and conservation (I-IV)
Level 2
110BBC201

Comparative Animal Physiology

Physiological ecology
Physiological adaptation to the environment
Level 3
210BBC344

Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology

Living in groups 1. vigilance and food
Living in groups 2. energetics and optimal group sizes
Alternative mating strategies
Variable mating systems
Infanticide
Mole rats-solitary to social
MSc
320BBC831

Animal Behaviour and Welfare

Belfast Zoo Introduction
Welfare of zoo and companion animals
Health, physiological stress and welfare in wild animals
Behaviour and conservation