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    Ichthyology: Natural History of Fish

    An introduction to fish, a very important and familiar group of living organisms. Examines fish diversity, adaptations, and ecology. The social and economic importance of fish in modern society will also be touched upon, especially as these relate to conservation and management of populations. Included laboratory will involve hands-on fish capturing and identification. Prerequisites: BIO 107 or 201.

    ENV 330-01
    June 10 - July 24
    9 a.m. - 1 p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
    Main Campus
    4 credits

    Undergraduate 

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