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Malone University    
 
    
 
  Sep 24, 2017
 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog
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BIAU 318 - Marine Biology

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Marine Biology focuses on intertidal life and marine ecology in oceanic and geophysical context.  Students study the biology of marine plants and animals in the field, specifically trophic dynamic relationships of eel grass communities and the intertidal zone, workings of the island systems of Puget Sound, ecological roles of sea birds and fishes, population and community structure dynamics, exploitation and oceanic microbialization, and biogeochemical processes and their linkages with the biosphere. Marine stewardship and effects of human activity on the marine environment are integral to the course. Prerequisites: General biology or permission of professor.

This course is available through the Au Sable Institute of Environmental Studies. Additional information is available at ausable.org. Interested students should contact the Office of the Department of Science and Mathematics.



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