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FW 469 – Methods in Physiology and Behavior of Marine Megafauna (3)

An in-depth study of marine megafauna (mammals, birds, turtles) with an emphasis on methods and analyses of behavior and physiology for conservation. Lab and field exercises include investigations into the behavior–physiology nexus of diving, migration, thermoregulation, energy expenditure, and mating systems. Research techniques to be explored will include, for example, tracking and remote biotelemetry monitoring technologies, respirometry, genetics, and direct field study observation. Theoretical approaches, field techniques and statistical analyses will help prepare students for a career in fisheries or wildlife science. Lec/lab. Taught at HMSC. 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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TermCRNSecCrP/NInstructorTypeStatusCapAvailWL CapWL Avail
F19172824003Albertson, G.Hybrid Open201155
Registration Restrictions
Other Prereqs: One year of introductory biology and nine credits of upper-division FW or BI courses
Class Notes: Hybrid section; includes face-to-face meetings. Mandatory 4-day attendance prior to start of term at Hatfield Marine Science Center, Sept 18-21, 0900-1650, HMSC 028. Weekly lectures are broadcast from Newport via Zoom.

Textbooks  [ Textbooks]

Syllabus: Available in Canvas to students enrolled in this course. Or contact instructor to request syllabus.
Find textbooks for FW 469 at the OSU Beaver Store (current term only). For questions related to course materials, contact the OSU Beaver Store.

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Registration Restrictions:
+ = Include restriction (may register if you meet this criteria)
- = Exclude restriction (may not register if you meet this criteria)
* = Prerequisite may be taken prior to or simultaneously with this course