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Fall 2018
Sep 17, 2021
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BIOL 366 - Marine Biology
This course takes an ecological approach to studying marine systems. The primary goals are to provide students with an understanding of the processes that drive life in marine systems and how life has adapted to marine environments. In doing so, we take an in depth look at the major marine habitats and their inhabitants including shallow bays and lagoons, estuaries, the abyss, open water habitats, tropical reefs, and rocky shores and discuss how climate change and humans affect the oceans.

Prerequisites: BIOL-104 and BIOL-180 OR BIOL-181 OR BIOL-255 OR BIOL-386 OR permission of the instructor.

3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
0.000 Lab hours

Levels: MN or MC Graduate, Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Lecture

Biology Department

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BIOL 103 and BIOL 104

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