Final Exam and Miscellaneous Information

1. Website – great review resource:
            www.esf.edu/efb/schulz/MarineEcology/MarEcol.html

This site has:
-all of the outlines
-the powerpoint files (if you go to the campus website that is linked on this page)
-the review answers
 
2. If you want to practice after studying:
            Review questions handout out today.
            Review answers are posted on the web
 
3. Extra Office Hours
            Schulz:
            Wednesday 3 May, 2-3 PM
             Thursday, 4 May, 9-10 AM, 2-3 PM
             Monday, 8 May, 10 AM-noon
            Tuesday 9 May (last minute questions), 9-11 AM
 
            TA’s will have normal office hours
            Feel free to send email (kschulz@syr.edu) or call (470-6808)
 
4. Final exam information
            -30% on last lectures not covered before (coral reefs, mangroves, marine             conservation)
            -70% cumulative or bridging all sections
            -same basic format other exams, but a little longer (and will include a matching section)
            -2 hours, Tuesday, 9 May, 5-7 in regular classroom
 
MAKE-UP EXAM:  5 MAY (FRIDAY BEFORE EXAM)          10:00 AM -NOON
YOU MUST SEE ME BY THE LAST DAY OF CLASS IF YOU WANT TO TAKE THIS EXAM
 
GENERAL AQUATICS STUFF
5. Job page will continue to be updated
 
6. Some of the many ESF/SU courses that deal with marine and freshwater aquatic topics or issues include:
            EFB 355, Invertebrate Zoology (Norton, Spring)
            EFB 486, Ichthyology (Stewart, Spring)
            EFB 487, Fisheries Management (Limburg, Fall)
            EFB 496, Watershed Ecology (Limburg)
            EFB 500, Biology Field Trip (Shields, Fall)
            EFB 523, Tropical Ecology (Spring)
            EFB 524, Limnology (Schulz, Fall); 525 Limnology Lab (Schulz, Fall)
            EFB 542, Freshwater Wetland Ecosystems (Leopold, Spring)
            EFB 554, Aquatic Entomology (Fall)
            EFB 580, Wetland Wildlife Ecology and Management (Baldassarre, Fall)
            GOL 395, Oceanography (Mullins, Fall)
            EST 435, Water Use and Reuse (Fall)
            FOR 340, Watershed Hydrology (Boyer, Fall)

This summer also a special course on Aquatic Exotics at Cranberry Lake in session C

Check out the website: http://www.esf.edu/hss/courses.htm for more course listings

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