Academics

BIO 380HM Ecology and Biodiversity of a Hawaiian Coral Reef

Course Description:

Explore the biology of Hawaiian marine organisms with emphasis on the diversity and ecology of marine fishes (Ichthyology) and on oceanography, geology, environmental issues, and the history of humans in Hawaii. Students will travel to the islands of Kona and Maui to compare and contrast islands of different age. Field identification of marine organisms and research projects will be emphasized.

This course satisfies: NS-1, Upper-level, ā€œSā€ course requirement

Instructor(s):

Dr. John Rowe

Location(s):

Hawaii: Islands of Kona and Maui

Prerequisite(s):

BIO 121

Course Fee:

$3,750

Limit:

12