MBIO 2410 Marine Biology: Getting Started

Marine Biology

Marine Biology

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MBIO 2410

This introductory course for the marine biology major will acquaint the student with basic principles of marine biology and function as a complementary course to Oceanography/Lab (MBIO 2500). The course will touch upon basic aspects of physical, chemical, and geological oceanography, and then focus upon marine communities found in the open ocean, deep sea, coastal shelf and inter tidal regions. Species diversity, phylogenetic relationships, organisms function, symbiotic relationships, and ecological interactions will be examined.

Marine Biology

Course Number:

MBIO 2410

Textbook Information:

Marine Biology

Course Number:

MBIO 2410

  • Amplify your understanding of basic biology to incorporate more specific knowledge of marine organisms and habitats
  • Develop an introductory understanding of marine chemistry, physics and geology
  • Describe the variety of marine community types, and their relationships with each other and terrestrial systems
  • Attain a working understanding of the wide variety of marine organisms
  • Describe local marine communities and their associated flora and fauna
  • Produce laboratory reports that demonstrate the ability to research and describe marine organism relationships and behavior
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