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FW 111 INTRODUCTION TO MARINE LIFE IN THE SEA (1)
A field-focused learning experience, this inquiry-based course is a basic overview of the marine life and environment on the Oregon coast, including rocky shores, sandy beaches, mud flats, bays, estuaries, and watersheds. Through lectures, lab and field experiences, students will examine important marine organisms in their habitat, exploring their ecological niches and adaptations to their environment along the Oregon coast. Graded P/N. CROSSLISTED as BI 111. This course may be subject to Enforced Prerequisites that restrict registration into the course. Check the offerings below for more information.
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|Term||CRN||Sec||Cr||P/N||Instructor||Type||Status||Cap||Avail||WL Cap||WL Avail||Section Title||Restricts||Comments||Syllabus|
|W17||33985||400||1||P/N||Cheung, I.||Experiential/Co-op Education||Waitlisted||22||0||5||5||Other Prereqs: High school biology and chemistry.||Course is for 1st and 2nd year undergraduates in any majors.|
Course content focus: Marine Habitats: Intertidal, Sandy
Shores, Estuaries. On-site at HMSC and in the field.
Traditional classroom setting for first lecture (required)
Monday 1/30/17 1700-1820 in NASH 204. Field trip
(required) overnight Saturday & Sunday 2/4 & 2/5
Hatfield MarineSci Center, Newport, OR. Course fee includes
HMSC housing & round trip transportation between
Corvallis & HMSC.
Additional Fees: $42.50