MAST 311 Fall 2016 Marine Ecology

Also offered Spring 2017

Cross Listed as BIOL231
Using the principles of evolutionary biology and experimental ecology, this course examines the processes that control the diversity, abundance and distribution of marine organisms. Major marine communities, including estuaries, the rocky shore, sandy beaches, salt marshes, coral reefs, and the deep sea are discussed in detail.
Class Format: lecture/laboratory, including coastal and near-shore field trips, 10 days offshore, and a laboratory or field research project
Requirements/Evaluation: two tests, a research project, and a presentation
Additional Info: offered only at Mystic Seaport
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Prerequisites: BIOL 101 or GEOS/MAST 104, or permission of instructor
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Divisional Attributes: Division III
Other Attributes: ENVI Natural World Electives,ENVS Group EB-A Electives,EVST Living Systems Courses,EXPE Experiential Education Courses
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Class Number: 1935
CLASSES ATTR INSTRUCTORS TIMES CLASS NUMBER ENRL CONSENT
MAST 311 - 01 (F) LEC Marine Ecology Division 3: Science and Mathematics Michael T. Nishizaki
TBA 1935
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