BIO/GEO 353 - MARINE ECOLOGY - 2012
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 LECTURES AND INSTRUCTIONS (TWO MAXIMUM FROM THIS LIST):
Darwin Lecture (Mark Norell on Dinosaurian origin of birds), Friday, February 10, 7:30 P.M. See Living World Web Site below
Living World Lecture (Dr. Heather Lynch on Penguins: Sentinals of Climate Change), Friday March 23, 7:30 P.M., ESS 001
Special Climate Change Lecture: (Greg Marshall, National Geographic, Emmy Award winner and Inventor of the CritterCam), Tuesday, April 10, 7:30 P.M. Wang Theater
Earthstock Plenary Lecture, Friday, April 20, Dr. Heidi Cullen on Weather of the Future, Wang Center Auditorium, 7:30 P.M.
Barnacle field exercise
Web site: life.bio.sunysb.edu/marinebio/livingworld
What you must do to get extra credit for lectures: Attend the lectureand afterword; write a one page description of the subject of the lecture and what you thought of it and what you got out of it. MAXIMUM OF TWO EXTRA CREDIT OPPORTUNITIES
Data Interpretation Exercise PDF Due Friday Feb 10 in class
Answer Key for Data Exercise
Research Literature Exercise Due Mon. Mar. 5.in class
PAPER 1 DUE March 23, 5 P.M.-
Download this paper in order to do your report
Paper II Due May 3, 5 P.M.
PAPER MUST BE HANDED IN AS A HARD COPY. AND SENT BY EMAIL
INSTRUCTIONS FOR PAPER
Field Trip Photos May 2005
Field Trip Photos May 2008
Field Trip Photos May 2011