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MS 103: Marine Ecology
Fall 4 Units
Field-oriented introduction to the interrelationship between marine and estuarine organisms and their environment; emphasis on quantitative data collection and analysis.
Ecology, statistics (or concurrent registration in MS104), consent of instructor.
MS 105: Marine Science Diving
Fall 3 Units
Skin and SCUBA diving course, pool-training culminates in ten ocean dives. Topics covered include diving physics, physiology, diving environments, night diving and research diving. Successful completion gives AAUS and MLML scientific diver certification. Not for major credit.
CERTIFIED SCUBA DIVER (OR EQUIVALENCY AS DETERMINED BY INSTRUCTOR), upper division science major status, thorough physical examination, ability to pass swimming test, instructor's consent.
MS 113: Marine Ichthyology
Spring 4 Units
A description of the taxonomy, morphology and ecology of marine fishes. Both field and laboratory work concentrate on the structure, function and habits of marine fishes and the ecological interactions of these fishes with their biotic and abiotic surroundings.
College zoology or equivalent or consent of instructor; MS 103 recommended.
MS 124: Marine Invertebrate Zoology I
Fall 4 Units
A field-oriented introduction to the structure, systematics, evolution, and life histories of the major and minor marine phyla.
College zoology or consent of instructor; MS 103 recommended.
MS 201: Library Research Methods in Marine Science
Spring 1 Units
Students will gain an advanced understanding of the nature of scientific information. Lectures, discussions and assignments will provide the framework for using and evaluating a variety of information sources in marine and ocean sciences. Strong emphasis will be placed on developing critical skills to interweave knowledge of the history of science into the context of bibliographic tools including the digital realm.
Graduate standing and instructor's consent.
This course aims to demystify the writing process and teach the fundamentals of effective scientific communication using practical examples and exercises. The primary focus will be on the process of writing clear and concise proposals, but we will cover many other types of scientific communication including scientific manuscripts, posters, presentations and website design.