Dept. of Evolution, Ecology, and Behavior

 

The Department of Evolution, Ecology, and Behavior conducts theoretical and applied research in the areas of:

  • behavioral ecology,
  • population and community biology,
  • molecular evolution,
  • paleobiology,
  • population genetics,
  • phylogenetic systematics, and
  • evolutionary ecology

Current research involves a wide range of organisms, from crustaceans through mammals.

This department was formerly known as the "Department of Animal Biology."

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