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1 Credits This lab course will provide hands on exposure to the physical, chemical, and biological components of aquaculture systems. Students will participate in lab activities and to study hydrodynamics, water chemistry, and fish biology. This course includes field trips to research facilities and commercial aquaculture sites. The lecture based Introduction to Aquaculture (BIO 159) may be taken concurrently. Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in BIO* 159 or permission of instructor Offered: Occasionally