[MARMAM] WINTER 2009 MARINE MAMMAL MANAGEMENT COURSE ANNOUNCEMENT

Yara Bernaldo de Quirós Miranda yarabdq at gmail.com
Thu Nov 6 01:49:02 PST 2008


Me gustaría sacarme el siguiente curso, pero es bastante carillo, podríamos
conseguir alguna subvención? qué opinas del curso? Te mando la información
del curso a continuación:


>
> WINTER 2009 MARINE MAMMAL MANAGEMENT COURSE ANNOUNCEMENT
>
> WELCOME- to all those interested in marine mammals.
>
> This is an opportunity for you to consider our unique offering in the
> study of a fascinating but curiously unknown aquatic form of life
> through: THE OCEANOGRAPHIC CENTER OF NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY'S
> GLOBAL DISTANCE EDUCATION COURSE IN MARINE MAMMAL MANAGEMENT (MMM). #
> CZMT 0636-DE1
>
> THIS COURSE IS OFFERED TO ANYONE, ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD THROUGH DISTANCE
> LEARNING.
>
> Registration starts December 1, 2008, closes on January 9, 2009
>
> There are four versions:
> a) full three credit graduate level - $745/credit hour. 3 credit course
> = $2235.
>
> b) an undergraduate credit - $950
>
> c) a general interest (audit) diploma - $1117.50
>
> d) as part of the graduate certificate - contact the coordinator at
> douganj at nova.edu <mailto:douganj at nova.edu>
>
> MMM runs from JANUARY 5 TO MARCH 27, 2009, and covers a range of
> pertinent topics as indicated by the Table of Contents:
>
> Information for Current Term
>
> Chapter 1. Introduction to Marine Mammals
>
> Chapter 2. Marine Mammal Management
>
> Chapter 3. Introduction to Cetaceans
>
> Chapter 4. Beluga Whale, and ?toxic soups?
>
> Chapter 5. Dolphins, non-consumptive use
>
> Chapter 6. Bowheads, the subsidence balance
>
> Chapter 7. Orcas, of killers and Keikos
>
> Chapter 8. Pilots, stranding and utilization
>
> Chapter 9. Introduction to Pinnipeds
>
> Chapter10 Monk Seals
>
> Chapter11. California Sea Lion, Big Sur and survival
>
> Chapter12. Harp Seal, to hunt or not to hunt?
>
> Chapter13. Introduction to Sirenids
>
> Chapter14. Manatee, the harassed herbivore
>
> Chapter15. Introduction to Marine Fissipeds
>
> Chapter16. Polar Bear, the Inuit, success and hope
>
> Chapter17. Acoustic Stimuli of Marine Mammals
>
> Chapter18. Marine Mammal Conservation & Future Management
>
> There are two essay assignments for those taking the credit versions.
> First is due on FEBRUARY 8th with a value of 30%; the last on MARCH 22nd
> for 60% of the final mark. The remaining 10% is held for Interaction
> evaluation ? how well the candidate participates within any class e-mail
> discussion and replies to requests.
> Candidates will receive comments on the first assignment, mainly as an
> aid in the final essay, and evaluation. The last essay is equivalent of
> a final exam and is not returned.
> Those taking the diploma program may submit the assignments and
> participate in the Interaction; however, not for marks, but certainly
> for comment.
> As communication and interaction throughout the term will be mainly via
> e-mail, it is essential that all have some electronic means of
> communication and submitting essays. Essays should be sent using "MS
> Word" format.
>
> For general information on the course, contact:
> http://www.nova.edu/ocean/marmam/marmam.html
>
> and http://www.nova.edu/ocean/disted.html for general information on the
> Oceanographic Center's distance education programs.
> For registration http://www.nova.edu/ocean/distedregform.html
>
> Thank you.
>
> Professor Keith Ronald and Barra L. Gots
>
> Instructors for the Marine Mammal Management Distance Education course.
>
> Please reply to Barra Gots: gots at nova.edu <mailto:johnbarra at sympatico.ca>
>
>
>
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