Richard G Keil
Evaluates the relationships between man and marine systems in a field-oriented class. Case studies directly investigate marine biology. Studies include human activities and our effects on marine species and communities. Multiple field trips, lectures, and labs. Prerequisite: FISH 350/OCEAN 350. Offered: jointly with FISH 351; Sp.
This course teaches the process of designing and implementing field activities in marine biology, and interpretation of field-collected data.
Student learning goals
General method of instruction
Guest Lecture, Lab and Readings with discussion
willingness to participate in group activities as an equal team mamber, writing and interpretation skills, general background in biology.
Class assignments and grading
writing assignments of 6 pages each, readings and coordination of discussion, poster presentation and participation in field activities.