Space still available in FISH 312: Fisheries Ecology (spring 2016)

FISH 312 students on a boat for a field tripStill looking for a course for your spring schedule? FISH 312: Fisheries Ecology, taught by Tom Quinn is still open for registration (both the 3 credit lecture only and the 5 credit lab version). Students love this course, there is a field component, and it can fulfill the ‘Aquatic & Fishery Science Elective’ for the Marine Bio minor.

FISH 312: Fisheries Ecology
Ecological characteristics of fishes and shellfishes in the important freshwater and marine habitats of North America. Relationship between physical aspects of the habitats and community structure. Impacts of human activities on diversity and abundance. Prerequisite: BIOL 220. The class will involve field trips to a local stream, Lake Washington, and Puget Sound, and lectures will cover the natural and human processes affecting communities in all the major North American aquatic habitats.

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