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Introduction to Marine Field Ecology Adv - BIOL2928

Year - 2020

The content of BIOL2928 will be based on BIOL2028 but qualified students will participate in alternative components at a more advanced level. The content and nature of these components may vary from year to year.

8-day intensive field course

In-class test on biodiversity (30%), review of a research paper (20%), practical reports/presentations (40%), record keeping and participation (10%).

Recommended Kingsford M, Battershill C (1998) Studying Marine Temperate Environments: A Handbook for Ecologists. Christchurch: Canterbury University Press. 335 p.

Additional information
This unit cannot be combined with more than one other BIOL field unit during the degree. Entry into the unit is based on placement availability and selection is competitive based on academic performance in the pre-requisite units of study. Academic performance in any intermediate BIOL units of study may also be considered. The unit is only available in ODD years (2015, 2017), but students may apply for entry into an alternative intermediate field unit in EVEN years.


An average of 75 or above in 12cp from (BIOL1XXX, MBLG1XXX)


BIOL2028 or BIOL3008 or BIOL3908


Faculty: Science

Intensive July

22 Jun 2020

Department/School: Life and Environmental Sciences Academic Operations
Study Mode: Field experience
Census Date: 10 Jul 2020
Unit of study level: Intermediate
Credit points: 6.0
EFTSL: 0.125
Available for study abroad and exchange: No
Faculty/department permission required? No
More details
Unit of Study coordinator: A/Prof Ross Coleman
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