Courses

[*OEB 130. Biology of Fishes]

Fishes inhabit diverse aquatic environments including deep seas, intertidal zones, coral reefs, polar waters, the vast Amazonian basin, and great East African lakes. A single fish species may occupy diverse environments through extraordinary long distance horizontal and vertical migrations. To explore this unparalleled diversity, the course emphasizes bridging traditional academic boundaries with integrative analyses of the biology underlying rapid evolutionary radiations and stasis.

Note: Likely offered Spring 2020.

Professor: 

George Lauder

Season: 

Spring

Time: 

TBA

Course ID: 

140830

Subject Area: 

Organismic and Evolutionary Biology

Research Areas: 

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