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Learner Reviews & Feedback for Ecology: from cells to Gaia by National Research Tomsk State University

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51 reviews

About the Course

This course presents the principles of evolution and ecology for citizens and students interested in studying biology and environmental sciences. It discusses major ideas and results. Recent advances have energised these fields with evidence that has implications beyond their boundaries: ideas, mechanisms, and processes that should form part of the toolkit of all biologists and educated citizens. Major topics covered by the course include fundamental principles of ecology, how organisms interact with each other and their environment, evolutionary processes, population dynamics, communities, energy flow and ecosystems, human influences on ecosystems, and the integration and scaling of ecological processes through systems ecology. This course will also review major ecological concepts, identify the techniques used by ecologists, provide an overview of local and global environmental issues, and examine individual, group and governmental activities important for protecting natural ecosystems. The course has been designed to provide information, to direct the student toward pertinent literature, to identify problems and issues, to utilise research methodology for the study of ecology and evolution, and to consider appropriate solutions and analytical techniques. Needed Learner Background: general biology and a good understanding of English. This course has the following expectations and results: 1) covers the theoretical and practical issues involved in ecology and evolution, 2) conducting surveys and inventories in ecology, 3) analyzing the information gathered, 4) and applying their analysis to ecological and conservation problems....

Top reviews

Dec 2, 2019

The course is very useful for those who are concerned with the enviromantal studies and conservation of the Earth. It is very simple to understand and is provided with videos and transcriptions.

Sep 15, 2020

It is wonderful class. I thoroughly enjoyed.Igetmore information about nature.\n\nIt is very useful in my studies.and my projects

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Sep 20, 2017

fun and interesting course.

By Debapriya H

Aug 19, 2019

ossam course for beginners

By Ступин Р А

Dec 7, 2017

Спасибо,он мне очень помог

By Winston A W

Nov 16, 2020

Excellent, thank you.

By Chibuzor E

May 18, 2021

Very knowledgeable

By Handayani

Jul 19, 2020

I like thos course


Jul 4, 2021

Great Course....

By Ivan V

Jan 17, 2019

Wonderful Class

By fernando g u

Dec 30, 2017


By Rohan K

Sep 8, 2019

Amzing course.

By Naomi R

Aug 29, 2019

Great course!


Jul 20, 2020

Thank you ✨

By Ece Ö İ

Aug 11, 2020

Thank you!

By jose l b

Aug 15, 2020

muy bueno

By Кузнецов Н Р

Jun 24, 2020


By Tainah G S

Jul 31, 2020

The course is great, but subtitles need to be revised, for a non native english speaker, it can be very helpfull.

By Liza v G

Dec 13, 2018

Thanks to Roberto. I like to organise a Bio Blitz in Springtime nearby Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

By Reema S

Aug 12, 2020

A good course to start with, basic points are covers and resource materials are also very useful.

By Sourav C

Aug 1, 2017

Avery good course for future ecologists , very useful presentations and video slides.

By Gouthamrishi S

Sep 8, 2020

wonderful course. It really helps us to improve our knowledge on ecology.

By Maxime P

Dec 19, 2020

Interesting and well-constructed, a bit short though

By Joy S

Sep 11, 2017

Good stuff that I learned in basic life science.

By Damian W

Dec 5, 2019

Packed with great content

By Natalia A

Jun 20, 2018

As a beginner to ecology, I feel that each lecture is very short for a topic covered, it would be great to have lectures longer so subject can be better explained.

By Carolina S A

Sep 4, 2020

Infelizmente, apesar de citar um extenso e rico set de conteúdos, não os explica, o que torna o curso apenas uma citação de temas após a outra, sem aprofundamento e sem explorar o potencial que teria. Decepcionante...