Courses

ENVR E-110: Sustainable Ocean Environments

This course provides students with a window to the underwater world while we investigate the world's oceans, their habitats, and the diversity of marine life found therein. Topics include the ecology of bays and salt marshes, coral reefs, coastal seas, and the deep sea. Additional presentations include marine fisheries, mollusks, aquaculture, oceanographic research at sea, marine biofouling, marine pollution, and management of ocean resources. Students have the opportunity to participate in local and regional conferences and meetings about the oceans and investigate marine habitats and aquaria.

Professor: 

George Buckley

Season: 

Spring

Days: 

M

Time: 

5:30-7:30

Course ID: 

21784

Research Areas: 

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