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7FC4E16F71FA4D759E0C7F6C2556E154 - Marine Biology - Honors...

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Marine Biology - Honors OCB 2013 Professor : Dr. J. Nicholas Ehringer Office : Brandon Campus, BSCI 107 Office phone : 253-7833 (leave messages on voice mail) E-Mail: nehringer@verizon.net or nehringer@hccfl.edu Content : Marine biology is the study of the ocean environment, the physical geology of the ocean, the currents, the water, the types of marine ecosystems, and the life within the sea realm. Life forms in the marine environment are numerous, complex and highly diversified. This course will deal with the more common organisms, in particular, those in Florida waters. Textbooks : Introduction to the Biology of Marine Life by Sumich and Morrissey and Ecology of Tampa Bay by: Ehringer Examinations : There will be three examinations in the course. Each examination will count for 25% of the final grade. Class Presentation : Each student will present a report to the class on a particular subject relevant to marine biology using PowerPoint as a method of presentation. The class presentation will take a minimum of 10 minutes and a maximum of 30 minutes. The report will
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2011 for the course PDBIO 220 taught by Professor Tomco during the Winter '09 term at BYU.

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