Prerequisite(s): BIOL 213 or departmental approval. Special fee. A field and laboratory oriented course covering the characteristics of marine plants and animals. The course is designed to provide the student with experience in collecting and identifying local marine flora and fauna.
Prerequisite(s): BIOL 213. Special fee. The application and techniques of marine sampling, including those of biology, chemistry, geology, meteorology and physics. The nature and role of various pieces of sampling equipment. Field experience at the NJ Marine Sciences Consortium.
Special fee. Community structure, trophic dynamics, species diversity and distribution of bottom dwelling organisms in relationship to their environment; lectures, laboratory work and field investigations of the marine benthos. Also offered at NJ Marine Sciences Consortium.
Standard methods of bacteriological water analysis, including MPN and membrane filtration. Special problems related to sampling and analysis of marine sediments, surface and sub-surface marine waters. Offered at NJ Marine Sciences Consortium. Also offered as BIOL 504 on campus.