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CLASS DESCRIPTION: this course involves the study of interacting groups of organisms and the processes that determine their composition, distribution, rate of turnover, and utilization of resources. Prerequisite: BIOL 1123 and a course in Statistics (MATH 3513 recommended) Lecture, laboratory and field (some overnight and/or weekend field trips possible).