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Evolutionary Quantitative Genetics Workshop - University of Washington, Friday Harbor Laboratories
A not-for-credit workshop. The workshop will review the basics of theory in the field of evolutionary quantitative genetics and its connections to evolution observed at various time scales. The aim of the workshop is to build a bridge between the ...


Immersing the Public in Marine Science and Conservation - University of Washington, Friday Harbor Laboratories
10 day workshop,not for credit. Engaging the public in marine science is critical. Living on land, most people never experience a fraction of the ocean, or the life within it, and are unaware of the scale and impact of changes occurring in the ...


Marine Sedimentary Processes Research Apprenticeship - University of Washington, Friday Harbor Laboratories
Ocean 492b. Dam removals, and other restoration projects, are becoming an increasingly popular way to restore the habitats of depleted fisheries and river ecosystems. But we do not completely understand the long-term effects our “restoration” ...


Pelagic Ecosystem Function in the San Juan Archipelago - University of Washington, Friday Harbor Laboratories
Ocean 492. Now in its 15th year, this very successful apprenticeship, Pelagic Ecosystem Function (PEF), uses the natural laboratory of the waters in the San Juan Archipelago to investigate the workings of a unique pelagic (open water) ecosystem. ...


Ecology and Conservation of Marine Birds and Mammals - University of Washington, Friday Harbor Laboratories
FHL/Fish 492. his intensive, field-based course offers motivated students the opportunity to learn first-hand about the marine birds and mammals of the Salish Sea. Perched at the edge of the San Juan Channel, the Friday Harbor Labs are a great place ...


Research Methods in Ocean Acidification - University of Washington, Friday Harbor Laboratories
FHL 568c. Research Methods in Ocean Acidification introduces students to key theory, methods, and techniques in ocean acidification research. Through a mixture of hands-on lab experience, field observations, and small-group workshops and lectures ...


Fish Biomechanics - University of Washington, Friday Harbor Laboratories
FHL 528. The course will use the diverse marine fish community of the San Juan Islands as a tool to explore the relationship between functional morphology and ecology. Students in the course will learn: the evolutionary history and relationships ...


Fjord Ecosystems and Climate Change - University of Washington, Friday Harbor Laboratories
FHL 568b. This course, designed for graduate and advanced undergraduate students, will focus on fjord ecosystems, which are common coastal features (~5000 globally) from polar to temperate latitudes, serve as major interfaces between the cryosphere ...


Marine Invertebrate Zoology - University of Washington, Friday Harbor Laboratories
FHL 432. This course is designed to provide students with comprehensive exposure to the subject of invertebrate zoology. Students will learn about the diversity, taxonomy, ecology, evolution, structure, and function of invertebrates. We will cover ...


Marine Animal Bioacoustics - University of Washington, Friday Harbor Laboratories
FHL 585. Marine Animal Bioacoustics is a five-week course designed to provide graduate and advanced undergraduate students with a broad understanding of the acoustic tools and techniques necessary for investigating the bioacoustics (sound production ...


Marine Botany: Diversity and Ecology - University of Washington, Friday Harbor Laboratories
FHL 446. The theme of the course is principles, methods, and applications of marine algal biodiversity studies with a focus on the macroalgae of marine benthic environments. Students will learn classical and contemporary methods for the ...


Parasites of Marine Animals - University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast Research Lab
Parasites of Marine Animals is an intensive laboratory- and field-oriented course that introduces students to the extensive biodiversity of coastal and marine parasitic animals (viruses, protozoans, helminths, some obscure worm-like groups, and ...


Marine Mammals - University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast Research Lab
An overview of the biology of marine mammals (cetaceans, pinnipeds, sirenians, sea otters, and the polar bear) including their classification, evolutionary history, anatomy, physiology, behavior, conservation and management. Prerequisites: Three ...


Marine Ichthyology - University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast Research Lab
Marine Ichthyology is an intensive marine biological field course which engages students to collect and identify marine fishes in numerous habitats in the Gulf of Mexico. Students experience a variety of land-based and vessel-based collection ...


Marine Animal Behavior - University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast Research Lab
This specialized course will provide an in-depth exploration of animal behavior in marine organisms, including the physiological and ecological aspects of behavior. The course will introduce students to techniques for observing animal behavior in ...


Shark Biology - University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast Research Lab
This specialized course will provide students with an overview of elasmobranch (sharks, skates, and rays) biology, ecology, and taxonomy. Lectures will cover such topics as evolution, anatomy and physiology, sensory systems, behavior, and ecology. ...


Oceanography - University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast Research Lab
This course provides a multidisciplinary foundation in oceanography, specifically the terminology, principles, processes, relationships, and phenomena pertaining to three of its traditional sub-disciplines: physical, geological, and chemical ...


Marine Invertebrate Zoology - University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast Research Lab
A concentrated study of the marine and estuarine invertebrates from the Mississippi Sound and contiguous continental shelf of the northeastern Gulf of Mexico. Emphasis is on structure, classification, phylogenic relationships, larval development and ...


Marine Ecology - Marine Ecology
A study of marine organisms and their relationships to the environment, including such topics as primary production, populations and communities, biogeochemical cycles, trophic ecology, larval ecology, and human influences. Laboratory involves ...


Marine Conservation - University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast Research Lab
This course will introduce students to conservation biology and ecology with a focus on marine and coastal ecosystems. Topics may include biodiversity, marine ecosystem processes and threats, conservation of habitat and species, and human impacts, ...


Marine Biology - University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast Research Lab
An ecological approach is taken to understand the biology of marine systems with emphasis on local organisms; their habitats, life cycles and survival strategies. Prerequisites: Two semesters of biology or permission of instructor. COA 301, 301L: ...


Seagrass Biology and Ecology - University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast Research Lab
This course offers an in-depth study of the biology and ecology of seagrasses and seagrass ecosystems. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the unique aspects of seagrasses that allow their proliferation in the marine environment, and the ...


Field and Lab Techniques in Marine Fisheries - University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast Research Lab
This course will introduce students to the principles of fishery survey design, field techniques, and laboratory procedures. The course will consist of lectures, field trips in estuarine and marine environments, and laboratory exercises to provide ...


Dolphin and Whale Behavior - University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast Research Lab
Students will learn tools and techniques used in the systematic observation and documentation of delphinid behavior in the wild. Course includes both classroom lecture and field studies focused primarily on dolphins of the Mississippi Sound. ...


Coastal Herpetology - University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast Research Lab
The coastal plain of the Southeast boasts an outstanding diversity of amphibians and reptiles, making the region an excellent place to study these often reclusive and elusive creatures. This course provides students with an introduction to ...


Barrier Island Ecology - University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast Research Lab
This field course will familiarize students with concepts of coastal ecology with emphasis on the diversity of plant and animal communities unique to the northern Gulf of Mexico barrier island ecosystem. Field excursions to barrier islands off ...


BIOLOGY 273LA. Marine Ecology - Duke University Marine Laboratory
BIOLOGY 273LA. Marine Ecology (Graduate # Biology 773LA) Factors that influence the distribution, abundance, and diversity of marine organisms. Course structure integrates lectures, field excursions, lab exercises and an independent project. ...


LIT 390SA.Picturing Nature: Photography And Theory - Duke University Marine Laboratory
LIT 390SA. Picturing Nature: Photography And Theory In this course, students will develop a solid foundation in visual theory and environmental theory, responding through the practice of photography. Part of class will be devoted to discussing ...


BIO 175LA. Introductory Marine Biology - Duke University Marine Laboratory
This course focuses on the biology of marine systems, emphasizing field experiences and hands-on activities. It begins with basic physical characteristics of the worlds oceans and the basic processes of life. It then covers diversity of life in ...


Marine Conservation Summer Institute - Duke University Marine Laboratory
For registration purposes, undergraduates enrolling in the Marine Conservation Summer Institute will enroll in both of the following two courses: Graduate Course #: Environ 746A Environ 346A/Pubpol 246A Marine Conservation Policy a ...










 






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