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BIO 121: Ornithology

Education, Teaching by on September 4, 2020
Ornithology (BIO 121) -This course will introduce students to the biology of birds and the tools needed to use birds as model systems for research. Topics will include avian evolution, physiology, adaptations, behavior, and ecology. It focuses on identification of California birds and applications to current bird conservation issues and includes lectures and a field… Read more BIO 121: Ornithology

BIO 44Y: Core Plant Biology & Eco Evo Laboratory

Education, Teaching by on April 13, 2016
Teaching by Ramon Perea I’m currently teaching BIO44Y (Plant Biology, Ecology and Evolution. CORE Eco-Evo Laboratory) and advising several students on their Honors theses in Stanford University. I’m also collaborating on teaching courses and advising students in their Master’s and PhD theses at the Technical University of Madrid (UPM-Spain) BIO 44Y: Core Plant Biology & Eco… Read more BIO 44Y: Core Plant Biology & Eco Evo Laboratory

BIO 30: EARTHSYS 30: Ecology for Everyone

Education, Teaching by on April 13, 2016
EARTHSYS 30: Ecology for Everyone Teaching by Jessica Martin. Everything is connected, but how? Ecology is the science of interactions and the changes they generate. This project-based course links individual behavior, population growth, species interactions, and ecosystem function. Introduction to measurement, observation, experimental design and hypothesis testing in field projects, mostly done in groups. The… Read more

BIO 44Y: Core Plant Biology & Eco Evo Laboratory

Teaching by on April 13, 2016
BIO 44Y: Core Plant Biology & Eco Evo Laboratory Teaching by Jessica Martin. The goal of this course is to develop an understanding of how to conduct biological research, using a topic in Ecology, Evolutionary Biology, and Plant Biology as a practical example. This includes the complete scientific process: assessing background literature, generating testable hypotheses,… Read more BIO 44Y: Core Plant Biology & Eco Evo Laboratory

Courses taught by Rodolfo Dirzo

Teaching by on February 29, 2016
BIO 105A: Ecology and Natural History of Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve (EARTHSYS 105A) Formerly 96A – Jasper Ridge Docent Training. First of two-quarter sequence training program to join the Jasper Ridge education/docent program. The scientific basis of ecological research in the context of a field station, hands-on field research, field ecology and the natural history of… Read more Courses taught by Rodolfo Dirzo

T.A. Teaching by Beth M. L. Morrison

Teaching by on June 10, 2015
TA for BIO 44Y – Core Plant Biology and Eco Evo Laboratory TA for BIO 144 – Conservation Biology: A Latin American Perspective Co-director for Stanford Biology Biocore Explorations Instructor of Biocore Explorations: California Native Plants and Redwood Forest Natural History TA for BIO 44Y – Core Plant Biology and Eco Evo Laboratory Spring 2015 Instructors:… Read more T.A. Teaching by Beth M. L. Morrison