Marine Biology – T/Th 9:00 AM with Michael Pagani (2024-2025)

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Summary: This course is designed as an introduction to Marine habitats based upon topical graphical regions. Each habitat will include what elements fosters life and what really causes changes since creation. Each student will be exposed to this life science from an Orthodox and basic science perspective.  We will explore the similarities and differences between each marine habitat to include the geographic composition and properties of the water. We will study the influence of the moon, sun, salt and freshwater, oxygen content and water pressure on marine life. Each class will explore how life adapts to its environment and even thrives with shifting tectonic plates, volcanos, earthquakes, increase of plankton, predators, changes in the water temperatures and by a spinning plant around the sun.

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