AMP 536. Modeling of Physical-Biological Interactions. 3 Credit Hours.
The course is designed to teach students the basics components for building coupled physical biological models. Students will be able to understand the processes affecting from low- to high-trophic level organisms in the planktonic environment. Emphasis will be given on numerical simulations of mechanisms involved in: Plankton distribution and patchiness; Trophic interactions (NPZD); Larval behavior and transport; Marine population connectivity.
Typically Offered: Spring.
AMP 805. Special Project. 1-6 Credit Hours.
Supervised project for students pursuing the Master of Arts degree. Consists of a paper which is researched and written on a topic approved by the student's advisory committee, and presented as a seminar to the student's division. Six credits are required for graduation.
Typically Offered: Fall, Spring, & Summer.