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Training in ecology and environmental management is essential for anyone who wants to be graduated in Biology, while opening a wide range of work possibilities, as it is included into one of the sectors with the highest demand for employment and with a great diversity of possible jobs. The subject Population and Physical Environment developes the first level of organization of matter, superior to the individual. It has a fundamental generic objective: the contribution to achieve the competences foreseen in the syllabus of the Degree of Biology, and specific objectives that are the introduction in the ecological science and the establishment of the bases to attend the subjects of the last course of the Degree. The whole subjects is in english so a good level of english is required to follow and pass the subject. Given the nature of the subject and the entire module in which it is included, it is necessary to have passed the basic training subjects and, likewise, it is highly recommended to have taken advantage of all the compulsory subjects that appear between the second year and the first semester of the third year. Below are the competences that will be worked on and evaluated in this subject, respecting the formulation and attaching the corresponding codes as they appear in the syllabus.

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Toggle navigation USC. Everything will be achieved through the application of the scientific method, critically and by using scientific rigor, supported by the ability to obtain adequate, diverse and updated information. Contents The contents of this subject are: Ecology: basics concepts, history and scientific method. Physical environment: atmosphere and climate, aquatic and terrestrial environment.

Responses and adaptations of organisms to biotic factors. Structure, dynamics and regulation of populations. Interactions: competition, predation and mutualism.

Life strategies. Methods of collection and analysis of environmental data. These contents are organized by topic 14 which are grouped into five blocks: Lectures 26h Block I. Sampling types.

Direct gradient analysis: Construction and characterization of ecological profiles. Block IV: Populations 1h -Life tables and fertility Computing practices 10h : Block IV: Populations - Geometric and exponential growth - Logistic growth - Matrix models of growth - Demographic breakdown Block V: Interactions between populations - Competence model - Niche breadth and resource sharing -Predator-prey model -Optimal Provisioning: diet breadth Laboratory and field practices 10h Laboratory practices 5h : Block II The environment - Circulation and thermal stratification of the aquatic environment.

Block V Interactions between populations - Allelopathic interactions - Study of the amplitude and overlap of trophic niche in night birds of prey Field practices 5h : Block IV The Populations - Taking of population data in plant formations. Molles, M. Madrid: McGraw-Hill Interamericana. Krebs, C. Ecology: the experimental analysis of distribution and abundance. Harlow: Pearson Education. Townsend, C. Essentials of ecology. Malden, MA: Blackwell.

Bonan, G. Ecological climatology: concepts and applications. New York: Cambridge University Press. Universidad de Murcia, Murcia Donovan T. Spreadsheet exercices in ecology and evolution. Sunderland, MA: Sinauer. Barcelona: Lynx. In addition, throughout the course the student receives supplementary information, e.

Competence As you go getting the goals of this course the student should acquire the general skills and specific following: GENERAL As noted earlier in Biology this subject contributes particularly in developing the CT1 Capacity of analysis and synthesis CT2 Capacity for reasoning and argumentation CT11 Ability to solve problems through the integrated application of their knowledge.

All through the knowledge of the scientific method and its application critically and scientific rigor, backed by the ability to obtain adequate, diverse and updated information. Teaching methodology Lectures, Seminars, Computer Training, Field and Laboratory Practice and Tutoring in small groups have been chosen for this subject.

At the same time the student must develop some personal work. Each activity is introduced with a short summary of the contents and placed within the general context of the subject, in order to connect with and explained theory. Magisterial lectures will not only use the blackboard but also use of audiovisual media, in order to enhance and facilitate the transmission of ideas from lectures.

Students should base their study primarily on textbooks. In addition, material used in classes and supporting documentation Further Reading will be provided. At the beginning of the field and laboratory practices the practice guide will be provided, which contains a contextual introduction, objectives, a brief methodological description and references for each practice. The student will have to complete a questionnaire about the issues addressed in each practice. Seminars and slate work are mainly devoted to the explanation for the problem solving.

Computer practices are very similar to the magisterial lectures, however, worksheets or specific software are required for calculations and problem solving.

In addition, the student must complete a questionnaire on these issues. Tutoring of small groups will be used to guide students mainly in problem solving. Assessment system Ratings System The attendance to the laboratory and field and computer practices is a mandatory requirement to pass the subject, although it is not qualified.

Attendance control will be carried out by signature sheet, list, etc. The falsification of signatures in the control will penalize the beneficiary student and the counterfeiter with final suspension. The student may be asked to present the data obtained in the interactive classes. The performance achieved by the student will be assessed on the basis of mastery of the subject matter contained in the theoretical, seminars and practical programs.

The student has a limited time to answer, but enough to calmly reason the answers and to make the necessary calculations to solve the problems. The wrong answers may have a negative effect on the final grade.

The exam 10 points will include questions from lectures 6 , seminars 1,5 , questionnaires made in computer practices 1,25 and laboratory and field practices 1. The rating of Not Presented will only be awarded to the student who has not participated in any test or control.

Without the attendance and completion of the compulsory activities the student will not be able to pass the subject in any of the two calls. Regarding examinations should: review the issues raised in practical classes; review all proposed types of problems; read well the wording of the questions; bring calculator; use an easily readable writing; if the answer is a graph draw the axes of the same correspond and illustrate explanatory terms; first answer the questions of theory known, then devote the time to the problems and finally make a final review.

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Toggle navigation USC. Everything will be achieved through the application of the scientific method, critically and by using scientific rigor, supported by the ability to obtain adequate, diverse and updated information. Contents The contents of this subject are: Ecology: basics concepts, history and scientific method. Physical environment: atmosphere and climate, aquatic and terrestrial environment.

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