Wilfrid Laurier University Undergraduate Academic Calendar - 2011/2012
Canadian Excellence

Vertebrate Biodiversity and Conservation
0.5 Credit

A lecture, laboratory and student seminar based course focusing on patterns of diversification and distribution of vertebrates, including the roles of morphology, ecology and behaviour in shaping both the history of contemporary biodiversity and the ability of animals to respond to changes at the level of landscapes, regions and continents.

Additional Course Information
BI256 (or BI253*) and one of BI301, BI302, or BI405.
3 lecture hours, 3 lab/tutorial/seminar hours