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bio560syllabus_000 - FALL 2006 ESTUARINE BIOLOGY - BIO 560...

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FALL 2006 ESTUARINE BIOLOGY - BIO 560 Dobo - 131 LAB AND LECTURE SCHEDULE Class Schedule, T,R 9:30-10:45 AM Lecture, W 2:00-4:50 PM Laboratory Course Format The lecture portion of this course consists of two parts, a brief general introduction and overview followed by forays into specific areas of Estuarine Ecology. The introduction portion of the course is designed to bring graduate students with diverse backgrounds to the same point by the end of the semester with respect to basic Geology, Biology, Chemistry, and Ecology principles relating to estuaries. The remainder of the course will examine specialized topics which are of current interest or which have played important roles in the development of the field. Students will be introduced to these advanced topics through guest lectures, scientific papers and field work. There will be three examinations. The first will be given at the beginning of the semester to determine if each student has an adequate grasp of the fundamental information relating to estuaries. A satisfactory grade on this test is required to continue
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2009 for the course BIS bis 100 taught by Professor Dr.james during the Spring '09 term at UC Davis.

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