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Master Ecologie

Université de Toulouse Nouveau Site UT3

21 mai

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EE-Démographie et écologie évolutive

ENSEIGNANT(ES) RESPONSABLE(S) :

 

J. Pena & M. Roy

 

OBJECTIFS D’APPRENTISSAGE :

 

This course will present an in-depth review of demographic and population dynamic tools, so that at the end of the course, students will be able to simulate demographic scenarios to evaluate species or population status, as well as potential environmental effects of different management actions. Several tools will be presented, for example to estimate demographic  and key evolutionary parameters and calculate demography and population dynamics.  The course will be divided in two main parts; a first one illustrating the fundamental principles of population demography and evolutionary ecology as well as the main modelling tools generally used, and a second part aiming at providing students some applied research tools for making these fundamental principles useful for societal questions.

 

DESCRIPTION SYNTHETIQUE DES ENSEIGNEMENTS :

 

PRE-REQUIS :

 

An excellent level in English is required. Good quantitative skills are also required.

 

REFERENCES BIBLIOGRAPHIQUES :

 

Mills, S. L. 2013. Conservation of wildlife populations. Demography, genetics, and management. Willey-Blackwell. Hendry, A. P., Kinnison, M. T., Heino, M., Day, T., Smith, T. B., Fitt, G., ... & Gilchrist, G. (2011). Evolutionary principles and their practical application. Evolutionary Applications, 4(2), 159-183.                                                                        

 

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Date de mise à jour 3 mai 2022


Les enseignants


Emmanuelle Cam
Professeur des Universités
Laboratoire EDB

Jean Clobert
Directeur de Recherches CNRS
Laboratoire SETE

Simon Blanchet
Directeur de Recherches CNRS
Laboratoire SETE
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