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Rodolfo Dirzo (Professor)

Rodolfo Dirzo (650) 736-7643
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Personal bio
Working with undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral students,Rodolfo Dirzo studies the evolutionary ecology of species interactions with an emphasis in tropical ecosystems. In addition, he explores how anthropgenic impacts (deforestation, habitat fragmentation, invasive species) affect ecological processes, such as species interactions. He uses his research experience to develop his course on Ecology, Field ecology and conservation and natural history.

Currently teaching
BIO 105A: Ecology and Natural History of Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve (Winter)
BIO 105B: Ecology and Natural History of Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve (Spring)
BIO 133: Network analysis for community ecology and conservation research (Spring)
BIO 144: Conservation Biology: A Latin American Perspective (Spring)
BIO 234: Conservation Biology: A Latin American Perspective (Spring)
EARTHSYS 105A: Ecology and Natural History of Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve (Winter)
EARTHSYS 105B: Ecology and Natural History of Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve (Spring)
HUMBIO 112: Conservation Biology: A Latin American Perspective (Spring)
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