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BIO205 Lecture 1 (Sept 10, 2012).docx

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Department
Biology
Course
BIO205H5
Professor
Christoph Richter
Semester
Fall

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BIO205 Lecture 1 - Alaska o Stella’s sea lions (Eumetopias jubatus)  Can get quite big, up to 3 metres long  And they’re smelly and the males are aggressive  Since they never bite their teeth, they’ll give you nasty infections if it bites you  Carnivores (two species of fish: pollocks and herons)  Found all along the northern pacific, but we’re going to focus on the Alaskan coast  Sea lions populations declined and grew. Why  The red line is the western stock and it was about a quarter million in the 60s, around 1980s, it plummeted and by the 90s, only less than 50 K  The eastern stock has increased ever so slightly - Think, care, share o Think: global warming?
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