BIOL 200L : Coral Reefs Lab
The laboratory and field activities in BIOL 200L provide an introduction to the biology, ecology, and geology of coral reefs. Topics include the physical and chemical properties of coral reef habitats, reef geology, the physiology, anatomy, ecology, evolution, and cultural significance of coral reef organisms. Topics are discussed in the context of sustainability, global climate change, and the management of human impacts on coral reefs. Emphasis is on Hawaii's coral reefs, but comparisons are made among reefs from other areas. Companion laboratory to BIOL 200 Coral Reefs. Class meets for 3 hours of laboratory and field activities per week.
BIOL 200 with a grade of C or better or concurrent enrollment
Placement in ENG 100
Courses: Biology (BIOL)