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This web page was for Dr. Walsh's part of the course, which he last taught in 1996. Hence, if you are a current 182 student, this page is not really relevant.


Exams


Class humor


The lastest on Comet Hyakutake, perhaps the brightest comet in the last 20-40 years, which will be at its peak on March 25th -- the same day as exam 2!


Bronstein Handouts

Details on the Student job mentioned in class.


Walsh Lecture Notes

Lecture 1 Mon 12 Feb 1996 Early views on the origin and diversity of life
Lecture 2 Wes 14 Feb 1996 Darwin and Evolution
Lecture 3 Mon 19 Feb 1996 Natural Selection
Lecture 4 Wes 21 Feb 1996 Population Genetics 1: Hardy-Weinberg
Lecture 5 Fri 23 Feb 1996 Population Genetics 2: Drift and selection
Lecture 6 Mon 26 Feb 1996 Quantitative Genetics
Lecture 7 Wes 28 Feb 1996 Molecular Evolution
Lecture 8 Fri 1 March 1996 Molecular Evolution, See notes for lecture 7 (running late)
Lecture 9 Mon 4 March 1996 Origins of Life
Lecture 10 Wes 6 March 1996 Origins of Life, See notes for lecture 9 (running late)
Lecture 11 Fri 9 March 1996 Life through time
Lecture 13 Mon 18 March 1996 Applied Conservation Biology: Mt Graham

Note that the lectures on Speciation and Reconstructing Evolutionary History that were listed in the syllabus were not covered because of time constraints. Hence, you are NOT responsible for the reading.


Walsh Handouts