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MARINE 303

: Freshwater and Estuarine Ecology
2022 Semester One (1223)
The structure, biodiversity and ecology of lakes, streams, wetlands and estuaries and linkages with near-shore marine habitats. Emphasis is placed on the role of science in monitoring and managing these ecosystems. Case studies include the impact of Auckland’s urban sprawl on stream, estuarine and near-shore marine habitats, and local estuaries as nurseries for fish.
Subject: Marine Science
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 206 or MARINE 202 or 30 points at Stage II in BSc courses
Restriction: BIOSCI 330
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MARINE 303

: Freshwater and Estuarine Ecology
2021 Semester One (1213)
The structure, biodiversity and ecology of lakes, streams, wetlands and estuaries and linkages with near-shore marine habitats. Emphasis is placed on the role of science in monitoring and managing these ecosystems. Case studies include the impact of Auckland’s urban sprawl on stream, estuarine and near-shore marine habitats, and local estuaries as nurseries for fish.
Subject: Marine Science
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 206 or MARINE 202 or 30 points at Stage II in BSc courses
Restriction: BIOSCI 330
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MARINE 303

: Freshwater and Estuarine Ecology
2020 Semester One (1203)
The structure, biodiversity and ecology of lakes, streams, wetlands and estuaries and linkages with near-shore marine habitats. Emphasis is placed on the role of science in monitoring and managing these ecosystems. Case studies include the impact of Auckland’s urban sprawl on stream, estuarine and near-shore marine habitats, and local estuaries as nurseries for fish.
Subject: Marine Science
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 206 or MARINE 202 or 30 points at Stage II in BSc courses
Restriction: BIOSCI 330