Marine Biology An Ecological Approach 6th Edition
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An introduction to environmental issues in the Pacific Rim region including human population and the effects of human population on biodiversity, and related concerns such as deforestation, pollution, overfishing, invasive species, and invasive diseases. The course will also include an emphasis on marine biology and conservation. Prerequisites: 16 hours of biology or permission of instructor.
An introduction to the biology of invertebrates including predators, parasites, and food webs, emphasizing invertebrate conservation and management. A variety of laboratory exercises are used to explore the biology of marine invertebrates including the anatomy and morphology, behavior, physiology, reproduction, and the effects of parasites and predators. Prerequisites: 16 hours of biology or permission of instructor. COA 442/442L: Invertebrates, 3 credit hours (3/2). COA 443/443L: Invertebrates, 3 credit hours (3/2)
An introduction to the biology of fish (including salmon, trout, etc.) with emphasis on the historical evolution of marine angling. There will be laboratory studies which involve the study of the anatomy, physiology, and behavior of fish species. Labs will also be used for field studies to learn about fisheries biology, such as live fish food analyses and fish habitat studies. Prerequisites: 16 hours of biology or permission of instructor. COA 442/442L: Fish, 4 credit hours (3/2). COA 443/443L: Salmon, Trout and Other Fishes, 3 credit hours (3/2)
This course is designed to help students develop an understanding of biodiversity and its conservation. The course will include laboratory exercises designed to develop skills in data analysis and interpretation and written communication. Students in this course will also have an opportunity to attend lectures which will be open to the public and provide an insight into the issues facing New Zealand and other countries.Prerequisites: This course is designed for students who have completed previous courses in the Bachelor of Science (Biology) programme. COA 461/461L: Wildlife Management, 1 credit hour (3/0).
HONOURSPhi Kappa Phi (Honours)University of Washington: College of Arts and Sciences, Department of BiologyHonours Award for Individual Excellence in Marine BiologyD'Arcy Oman Prize for Marine BiologyEqually Honorable Mention (Excellence in Marine Biology)Goldwater ScholarsAlpha Sigma Nu National Honours Society (Honours Research)Great Outdoors clubOcean Coast Honours SocietyNational Biological Honours SocietyAmerican Marine Biology Association HonoursAlpha Chi Sigma
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