Course description

Examines the fundamentals of marine ecology, emphasizing experimental design and use of technologies that are appropriately scaled to answer management questions. Lectures emphasize the processes contributing to the structure and organization of marine communities, the role of humans as a major source of disturbance, and the efficacy of current management paradigms. Laboratories emphasize current technologies and analytical approaches used in the study of sub-tidal marine communities.

Units: 4

Spring 2018 sections

Section: 1
Number: 22331
Units: 4
Seats: 10/18
Instructor:
Section: 51
Number: 22332
Units: 0
Seats: 10/18
Instructor: