EEB362H1F - Introduction to Macroevolution

Explores patterns of large-scale evolutionary change, played out over large geographic expanses and extended periods of time. Integrates patterns with field and experimental studies to clarify evolutionary processes. Topics include: origins of species and their adaptations, historical biogeography, co-evolution, community evolution, radiations and extinctions, fossils and macroevolutionary patterns, and the role of evolutionary information in conservation and biodiversity initiatives. Tutorials emphasize methods used to reconstruct phylogenetic relationships and the sequence of character evolution.

Distribution Requirement Status: This is a Science course
Breadth Requirement: Living Things and Their Environment (4)

This course will not be offered in 2015-16. It will be offered Fall 2016. 

Prerequisite: (BIO120H1, BIO220H1)/BIO150Y1 

Exclusion: ZOO362H1