FIELD RESEARCH IN MARINE BIOLOGY AND AQUACULTURE
This course is focused on providing a broad spectrum of field-based research skills across marine biology and aquaculture. The theme, topics, and suite of skills will vary depending on when it is offered, but will rotate when offered across biogeographic areas such as tropical, temperate, and coldwater areas, as well as across differing salinity habitats ranging from marine to freshwater, as well as brackish water and saltmarsh habitats, lakes, rivers, bays, and oceans. Students will conduct original research projects examining how organisms interact with their environment, with a particular focus on gaining proficiency in multiple research and assessment methods of aquatic and marine organisms. Students will use the skills developed in this course to plan and design their capstone research projects.
6 Credits From List [MBAQ301DE,MBAQ303DE,MBAQ305DE,MBAQ307DE,MBAQ310DE,MBAQ315DE]
Jul 5, 2021 — Aug 8, 2021
For credit cost: $1410