Tutorials at Oxford

I offer undergraduate tutorials as part of the Biology course, in topics around theoretical ecology, interaction networks, food webs and coexistence in a changing world. If you are a 2nd or 3rd Year MBiol student who has followed a link here and I’ve forgotten to update something, please just email me (christopher.terry[at]biology.ox.ac.uk ).

3rd year  Tutorial essay titles:

  • ‘Indirect effects prevent food webs being a useful tool to understand ecosystems’. To what extent do you agree with this statement?
  • How has our understanding of food webs developed since the work of Charles Elton (1927)? In what area is there potential for the greatest progress?
  • How can ecologists use experiments to investigate how global change may affect whole ecological communities?

Sign up for HT 2023 at this Google doc here, which also has more information and suggested readings.

Postgraduate Advanced Courses

Since 2015 I have run a ‘R for Biologists’ Advanced Training Course for students on the Oxford Environmental Research DTP (and for other Zoologists and Plant Scientists) covering the fundamentals of R and as well as a range of useful packages (knitr, dplyr, tidyr, ggplot etc).

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