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BIOL 320 – Tropical Marine Ecology

Credits: 4

Weekly lecture, laboratory, and pool work at Drew followed by intensive week in the field during spring recess at a site in the Caribbean. Snorkeling-based observations of ecological relationships among reef fish and invertebrates. Also includes the ecology of reefs, sea grass beds, rocky shore, and mangrove habitats. (Extra costs borne by the student are transportation and room and board at off-campus site.) Fulfills laboratory requirement for major. Enrollment limit: 12. Prerequisite: BIOL 150 and BIOL 160. Signature of instructor required for registration. Offered spring semester in even-numbered years. CLA-Writing Intensive, CLA-Off Campus Experience