Marine Biology - MSC 172


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Finals Week !!

Final Written Exam & Final Practical Exam

Lab Notebooks are due when you complete the Practical

Heather Stoker is holding an Exam Review for all sections in room S-212 from 1-3pm on Friday, December 3rd.

Heather will also hold the regular SI hour on Monday, December 5th.

Echo

Wednesday, 12/08

11:00-11:50 - Final Exam Review - Open study time

12:00-1:00 - Lunch

1:00-1:50 - Final Practical - 25 specimen will be selected from your collection; You will have 1 minute and 30 seconds at each station to ID the specimen; You will be allowed 5 minutes at the end to return to any stations that need follow-up; I will take up your Lab Notebooks before you leave the classroom!

2:00-2:30 - Break

2:30-4:50 - Final Written Exam - Multiple Choice, Short Answer, and Matching

Foxtrot

Thursday, 12/09

11:00-11:50 - Final Exam Review - Open study time

12:00-1:00 - Lunch

1:00-1:50 - Final Practical - 25 specimen will be selected from your collection; You will have 1 minute and 30 seconds at each station to ID the specimen; You will be allowed 5 minutes at the end to return to any stations that need follow-up; I will take up your Lab Notebooks before you leave the classroom!

2:00-2:30 - Break

2:30-4:50 - Final Written Exam - Multiple Choice, Short Answer, and Matching

Golf

Tuesday, 12/07

11:00-11:50 - Final Exam Review - Open study time

12:00-1:00 - Lunch

1:00-1:50 - Final Practical - 25 specimen will be selected from your collection; You will have 1 minute and 30 seconds at each station to ID the specimen; You will be allowed 5 minutes at the end to return to any stations that need follow-up; I will take up your Lab Notebooks before you leave the classroom!

2:00-2:30 - Break

2:30-4:50 - Final Written Exam - Multiple Choice, Short Answer, and Matching

 

 

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Course Description

This course utilizes field trips to the beach, salt marsh, and other habitats to study marine animals and plants in their natural communities. Topics include divisions of the marine environment, distribution of life in the ocean, and the interrelationships of marine organisms in various habitats. Upon completion, students should be able to scientifically identify various marine species and describe the role they fill in their biological communities.

  • Course Hours Per Week: Class 2, Lab 3.
  • Semester Hours Credit: 3.
  • Prerequisite: None.