This blog is about the University of Hawaii’s courses in Marine Biology.
Most entries are by our students from mainly two courses:
1) In the Summer from the field course “Biology 403: Field Topics in Marine Biology”. A selected group of nine UH Marine Biology undergraduates will report about their experience of this intensive and fun course. The students are residing at the Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology (HIMB) on Coconut Island throughout the four week course while doing research in Kaneohe Bay. Every day a different student will share something from the day’s experiences so that family and friends can have a glimpse of their adventures.
2) During the Spring semester students attending the “Biology 301: Marine Ecology and Evolution” Lab will report on the field trips, Lab and lecture content or anything else they would like to share concerning Marine Biology. Students will also start to add some descriptions on Hawaiian marine species. This is a collaboration with the non-for profit organization kahikai which will provide the beautiful pictures to the respective species.
Enjoy and let us know what you think!