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Prerequisites: Not open to students who have passed MARN 1002. May not be taken out of sequence after passing MARN 2002 or 3001. Recommended preparation: A background in secondary school physics, chemistry or biology.
Grading Basis: Graded
Processes governing the geology, circulation, chemistry and biological productivity of the world's oceans. Emphasis is on the interactions and interrelationships of physical, chemical, biological and geological processes that contribute to both the stability and the variability of the marine environment. Laboratory experiments, hands-on exercises, and field observations including required cruise on research vessel. Fall semester: Storrs and Avery Point. Spring semester: Storrs. CA 3-LAB.
Last Refreshed: 06-MAY-21 05.20.19.123041 AM
|1218 7666 1 001||Fall 2021||Storrs||In Person||Skoog, Annelie||001||Reg||TuTh 9:30am‑10:45am
|1218 7667 1 001L||Fall 2021||Storrs||In Person||Skoog, Annelie||001L||Reg||Th 12:30pm‑3:15pm
|1218 1029 1 N60||Fall 2021||Avery Point||In Person||Dierssen, Heidi||N60||Reg||TuTh 11:00am‑12:15pm
|1218 1028 1 N60L||Fall 2021||Avery Point||In Person||Dierssen, Heidi||N60L||Reg||We 2:30pm‑5:30pm
||MAR 105||4/15||Meets with MARN 1004-N60L|