. Annual report. Harvard University. Museum of Comparative Zoology. COURSES OEB 155r: Biology of Insects (undergraduate) Naomi E. Pierce (and Michael R. Canfield) Introduction to the major groups of insects—life history, morphology, physiology, and ecology—through a combination of lecture, lab, and field exercises. OEB 157: Global Change Biology (undergraduate) James J. McCarthy (and Paul R. Moorcroft) Examines natural and anthropogenic changes in the earth system and their impact on the structure and functioning of terrestrial and oceanic ecosystems. OEB 173: Comparative Biomechanics (undergr

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. Annual report. Harvard University. Museum of Comparative Zoology. COURSES OEB 155r: Biology of Insects (undergraduate) Naomi E. Pierce (and Michael R. Canfield) Introduction to the major groups of insects—life history, morphology, physiology, and ecology—through a combination of lecture, lab, and field exercises. OEB 157: Global Change Biology (undergraduate) James J. McCarthy (and Paul R. Moorcroft) Examines natural and anthropogenic changes in the earth system and their impact on the structure and functioning of terrestrial and oceanic ecosystems. OEB 173: Comparative Biomechanics (undergraduate) Andrew A. Biewener (and Jacques Dumais) An exploration of how animals and plants contnd with their physical environment, considering their biomaterial properties, structural form, and mechanical interaction with the environment. OEB 181: Systematics (undergraduate) Gonzalo Giribet and Charles R. Marshall Theory and practice of systematics, emphasizing issues associated with homology statements and alignments, methods of tree reconstruction, and hypothesis evaluation. OEB 190: Biology and Diversity of Birds (undergraduate) Scott V. Edwards Introduction to the biology of birds covers avian origins, physiology and anatomy, higher-level systematics and field characters, speciation processes, nesting and courtship behavior, vocalizations, mating systems and sexual selection, cooperative breeding, demography, and conservation. OEB 21 lr: Form, Function, and Evolution (undergraduate) KarelF. Liem Evolutionary mechanisms underlying the diversity in design of living vertebrates.. OEB 230: Speciation (undergraduate) Hopi E. Hoekstra The latest advances in speciation with a focus on controversial issues and new approaches. OEB 234: Topics in Marine Biology (undergraduate) Robert M. Woollacott Human impacts on marine life and ecosystems of the sea. OEB 255: Nature and Regulation of Marine Ecosystems (undergraduate) James J. McCarthy A presentation of topics of current interest

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