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139 Pages • Complete Study Notes • Year Uploaded: 2020
Full set of ECOL111 notes for 2020. Topics include: Gradients, Scales, Fucntion, Integrating Systems, Estuaries and Lagoons, The niche, Wetlands, Hydrological Gradient, Drylands, C3 and C4 photosynthesis pathways, Rainforests, Alpine Environments, Global Patterns, Mycorrhizal, Bivalves, Abundance and Distribution, Vital Rates, Age and Structure, Density Dependence, Migration, Dispersal and Connectivity, Metapopulations and Population Networks, Coexistence, Predator-Prey, Grazers, Parasitism and Disease, Communities and Food Webs, Island Biogeography, Effects of Parasites on Fish, Pest Control in NZ, Frog Decline, Threats to Survival, Conservation, Translocations
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