Courses

ENVR E-110: Sustainable Ocean Environments

This course investigates the habitats and diversity of marine life in the world's oceans, discusses human impacts upon them, and examines sustainable management practices for the future. Topics include the ecology and management of bays, salt marshes and mangroves, coastal habitats, coral reefs, the deep sea, marine fisheries, aquaculture and marine biodeterioration; and blue technologies, ocean pollution, marine protected areas, and the Law of the Sea.

Professor: 

George Buckley

Season: 

Spring

Days: 

M

Time: 

8:00-10:00

Course ID: 

21784

Research Areas: 

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