Certificate in Environmental Impact Assessment - Applied Coastal Ecology MARI 3623   Applied Coastal Ecology
Coastal Ecology explores anthropogenic impacts on the structure and function of coastal ecosystems. Through field trips, laboratories and guest demonstrations, students examine ecosystem health, e.g. communities on rocky shores, salt marshes and sandy shores, and will learn basic experimental design, principles of environmental assessment and monitoring, and coastal habitat remediation.
NOTES: Offered in summer through SEASIDE. An auxiliary fee is charged to cover field expenses. For dates, times and special registration procedures, see seaside.science.dal.ca
  • Lecture
  • Lab

FORMAT COMMENTS: Field intensive
PREREQUISITES: BIOL 2003.03 and BIOL 2060.03 (or BIOA 3001.03)
CROSS-LISTING: BIOL 3623.03, ENVS 3623.03