Coral Reefs: Biology, Geology and Politics

Geology 115

Usual Description

Coral reefs are dynamic systems that boast the greatest diversity on Earth today. This interdisciplinary course considers the development of modern and fossil reefs over scales of microns to miles and minutes to millennia. It also examines recent reef decline against the backdrop of long-term natural processes to better understand how things like climate change affect our ability to craft effective mitigation strategies that take into account both natural and human-initiated stresses.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Geology 115
Geology 115 Taught by Dennis Hubbard
Geology 115 Taught by Dennis Hubbard
Geology 115 Taught by Dennis Hubbard
Geology 115 Taught by Dennis Hubbard
Geology 115 Taught by Dennis Hubbard