BIO 353 - MARINE ECOLOGY - 2017
Instructor: Jeffrey Levinton (Research Web Page Here)
Office telephone 28602, Office hours: Tue,
Teaching Assistant David Charifson (Room
657, Office Hours Tues. 10 A.M. -12 P.M.)
BIO 353 SYLLABUS, COURSE DESCRIPTION AND RULES,
POWERPOINT ARCHIVE NOTE: SUBJECT TO CHANGE UP TO END OF WEEK OF LECTURES
Sample test questions This gives you an idea of the form of examination questions.
EXTRA CREDIT CHOICES AND INSTRUCTIONS (TWO MAXIMUM FROM THIS LIST):
Darwin Lecture: Dr. Hopi Hoekstra, Evolution in Action, Friday February 10, 7:30 P.M. Earth and Spaces Sciences Room 001
Barnacle field exercise
Coral Reef Cartoon - Read this cartoon and from the descriptions provide a list of AT LEAST EIGHT measures described in it to help conserve or restore a coral reef. Captain Don is a real person. Turn in your answers to Levinton in a hard copy.Living World Lecture, Friday, March 24, 2017, 7:30 P.M. Jeffrey Kassner, "Rise, Fall, and Renaissance of the Blue Point Oyster", ESS 001
Lecture, Friday April 22, to be announced, 7:30 P.M., Wang Center
For attendance at lectures: Turn in a one page essay, hard copy, summarizing the talk and provide some comments on what you liked or did not like about the talk.
Web site: life.bio.sunysb.edu/marinebio/livingworld
Semester By The Sea - Opportunities for Biology Majors
Research Literature Exercise Due Friday Feb 10.in class as a hard copy
common errors for the Research Literature Exercise
Data Interpretation Exercise Due Friday Mar 10 in class as a hard copy
Answers to Data Interpretation Exercise
PAPER 1 DUE Friday, March 24, 5 P.M.-
this paper for the exercise
Source and Abstract for Paper 1 this will
become a live link
Paper II Due:
Topic and 100 word summary due by email
Fri, Mar 31, 5 P.M.
First draft April 21 by email 5 P.M.; Final Draft May 5, 5 P.M.
FIRST DRAFT AND FINAL PAPER MUST BE SENT BY EMAIL
INSTRUCTIONS FOR PAPER
Field Trip Photos May 2005
Field Trip Photos May 2008
Field Trip Photos May 2011