Population ecology

Unit 4: Populations
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Objective: Students will be able to: 1) Define the factors that regulate the size of a population; 2) use appropriate terms to describe examples of population ecology case studies; and 3) develop an original example of population ecology key terms.

Big Idea: Population ecologists study the factors that regulate population abundance and distribution. How might we develop a working knowledge of the central ideas of population ecology in order to assess the characteristics of a population?

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