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COLLEGE OF THE ENVIRONMENT
COLLEGE OF THE ENVIRONMENT
FRIDAY HARBOR LABS

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FHL 305 Biology of Fishes (5) NW N. GIDMARK
Covers morphological, physiological, behavioral, and ecological diversity of fishes of the world; designed to provide a basic foundation for advanced courses in all areas of aquatic sciences. Offered: A.
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FHL 430 Marine Zoology (5) NW
Survey of groups of invertebrate animals represented in the San Juan Archipelago; natural history, functional morphology, ecology, distribution, habitat, adaptation, trophic interrelationships, and evolution. Prerequisite:BIOL 445, which must be taken concurrently; permission of Friday Harbor director. Recommended: 20 credits in biological sciences. Offered: jointly with BIOL 430.
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FHL 440 Marine Botany (5) NW
Survey of plants represented in marine environments; natural history; ecology, distribution, habitat, adaptation, and trophic interrelationships. Taken at Friday Harbor laboratories. Prerequisite: either BIOL 220, B BIO 220, or TESC 140; BIOL 430, which must be taken concurrently. Offered: jointly with BIOL 445.
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FHL 450 Nearshore Ecology Research Experience (6) NW M. DETHIER
A hands-on introduction of "doing science" in close collaboration with a faculty member. Students engage in research around a thematic focus of ecology of nearshore marine ecosystems, with lab experiments and field work. Students gather, analyze, write up, and present their own data. Offered: ASp.
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FHL 460 Aquatic Animals Research Experience (6) NW P. DITSCHE-KURU
A hands-on introduction of "doing science" in close collaboration with a faculty member. Students engage in research around a thematic focus of aquatic animals, with lab experiments and field work. Students gather, analyze, write up, and present their own data. Offered: ASp.
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FHL 470 Research in Marine Biology (1-15, max. 15) NW B. SWALLA
A hands-on introduction of "doing science" in close collaboration with a faculty member. Students engage in research in marine biology; credits vary with the scale of the project with may include lab experiments and field work. Students gather, analyze, write up, and present their own data. Offered: ASp.
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FHL 490 Marine Sciences Seminar (1, max. 3) NW P. DITSCHE-KURU, N. GIDMARK
Students attend seminars by marine scientists each week and ask questions about their seminars. Offered: ASpS.
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