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MARS 4500

Field Study in Oceanography and Marine Methods
Oceanography
Credit Hours:
3

Students are introduced to field and laboratory methods used to investigate marine ecosystems. This course emphasizes methods for identifying and studying marine organisms, oceanographic and coastal marsh sampling, and other field research methods. Major course topics include: organisms of the marine environment; sampling and analytical approaches for studying invertebrates, plants, and plankton; survey tools for the study of marine ecosystems; and data collection from oceanographic vessels. See The Bulletin for more detailed course information. 

Semester Offered:
Summer
Level:

Instructors of this Course

Regents' Professor

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