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Ocean Predator/Prey Populations

Susan Kelly

Topic: Population change
Course type: Introductory undergraduate course

Description

Modeling impact of change in food web

Learning Goals or Outcomes

Students will see how changes on one trophic level affect another

How would you assess whether those goals have been met?

Continuous assessment (pre, mod, post activity questions)

References

Jennifer M. Burns and Gerald L. Kooyman. Habitat Use by Weddell Seals and Emperor Penguins Foraging in the Ross Sea, Antarctica. Amer. Zool. (2001) 41(1): 90-98


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