OCGY 209 Introduction to Biological Oceanography
Introduction to Biological Oceanography is a one semester course that introduces the history, methodology, and fundamental principles of biological oceanography. The course will provide the grounding principles necessary to pursue a career in marine biology, oceanography, or marine technical trades. Some of the topics covered include: biological oceanography; phytoplankton; zooplankton; benthos; fisheries and aquaculture; marine sediments; marine resources; and pollution of the sea. Local examples will be used to illustrate the material. Slide shows of marine organisms and issues bring the material to life.
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