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BIEB 132: Introduction to Marine Biology Fall Quarter 2009 Course Instructors: Dr. Ron Burton, Scripps Institution of Oceanography Office: Hubbs Hall 2140 Phone: 822-5784 email: [email protected] Dr. Michael Latz, Scripps Institution of Oceanography Office: Hubbs Hall 1160 Phone: 534-6579 email: [email protected] Dr. Philip Hastings, Scripps Institution of Oceanography Office: Vaughan Hall 201 Phone: 822-2913 email: [email protected] Teaching Assistants: Hsiu-Chin Lin [email protected] Melissa Roth [email protected] Theresa Boucher [email protected] . edu Eduardo Esquenazi [email protected] . edu Mike Pham [email protected] Instructors Office Hours: by appointment (preferably set up by email)
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Course structure: Two lectures/wk TTh 9:30-10:50 AM CICC 101 + one section meeting/wk (recommended, see below) Textbook: Marine Biology 3 rd ed. by J.S. Levinton (Oxford Univ. Press), 2009. Additional course readings will occasionally be assigned in class and will be available from UCSD Library Course reserves. Books will be on reserve at the Biomedical Library. For other materials such as lecture notes, readings, and exam keys, go to the class web site at UCSD Libraries course reserves: Note: Course reserves are for UCSD students only. For access off-campus, see this website: Grading: Two homework assignments (1 page papers) = 20 points Two Midterm exams (short answer format) 1st Midterm = 100 points 2nd Midterm = 100 points Final Exam has two parts 3rd midterm = 100 points Cumulative Final = 100 points Total = 420 points
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