MARB 360: Marine Conservation Biology

4 credits Spring Only

Lectures and laboratories cover the major principles of conservation biology; a new synthetic field that applies concepts of ecology, systematics and evolution, biogeology, genetics, behavioral sciences, and social sciences to the conservation of marine fisheries resources. Lab exercises include morphometric and genetic variation, GIS, molecular systematics and phylogenetic inference.

Prerequisites: Junior or senior classification or approval of instructor.


For more information, contact:

Jaime R. Alvarado-Bremer

Jamie R. Alvarado-Bremer

Associate Professor
+1 (409) 740-4958
+1 (409) 740-5002 Fax

Bld# 3029, Office 247