Biology 217, Ecology of Infectious Disease
Todd P. Livdahl
This ePub has emerged from projects conducted by students in Biology 217, Ecology of Infectious Disease at Clark University, an on-going project that began in Fall, 2012. The focus of this book is disease ecology. Ecologists attempt to understand, and ultimately predict, changes in abundance of populations or patterns of locations of particular organisms. This book can be a useful starting point for future seminar courses at Clark and perhaps elsewhere.
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Abell, Kathryn; Byrns, Marissa; Carpenter, Sarah; Carroll, Thomas; Friedman, Rebecca; Johnson, Caroline; Kaiser, Rachel; Lin, Chong; Naksukpaiboon, Piangfan; Packer, Wade; Pitlik, Peter; Reech, Johanna; Rice, Douglas; Sullivan, Hillary; Tate, Nicholas; Ullola, Marifel; Vilataki, Bonginkhosi; Weeks, Aidan; and Zorn, Sam, "Infectious Ecology" (2013). Student Works. 5.