SCED6117-CO.Diversity of Fishes.Sp14.Randle,David
Diversity of Fishes
Academic Term and Year
Why study fish? What are the implications of living in water? Fishes were the first creatures with brains and bony jaws. Because of their incredible diversity (fishes make up half of all vertebrate species alive today, and live everywhere from mountain streams to ocean depths), it is easier to determine what's not a fish. Explore this paradox by demonstrating how ichthyologists pursue evidence through the study of evolution, diversity, ecosystems, and biogeography. Offered in partnership with the American Museum of Natural History. Accelerated online course. Please register 2 weeks prior to course start date to ensure receipt of course materials. Target audience: educators 6-adult. Note: Courses offered through AMNH use the "e-college" platform instead of the Blackboard online learning platform. Once registered, you will receive an email directly from AMNH providing information on how to access the online course. The e-mail will go to your "preferred" e-mail address (as listed in the Hamline database), and you should receive it by the week prior to the course start date. Courses offered in partnership with AMNH are nonrefunable after the start date of the course. Please contact email@example.com for the current tuition amount.
Randle, David, "SCED6117-CO.Diversity of Fishes.Sp14.Randle,David" (2014). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 8201.