Marine Biology (BIOL3013)

UNIT OF STUDY

We will examine in detail processes that are important for the establishment and maintenance of marine communities. Lectures will expose students to the key ideas, researchers and methodologies within selected fields of marine biology. Laboratory sessions and field excursions will complement the lectures by providing students with hands-on experience with the organisms and the processes that affect them. Students will develop critical analysis and scientific writing skills while examining the current literature.

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Classes

Two 1-hour lectures and one 4-hour practical per week.

Assessment

Practical reports, data exercises and exams (100%).

Faculty/department permission required?

No

Unit of study rules

Prerequisites and assumed knowledge

12 credit points of Intermediate BIOL; or 6 credit points of Intermediate BIOL and (MBLG2072 or MBLG2972)

Prohibitions

BIOL3913

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