EESC 7300G Paleontology of Invertebrates
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as GEOL 730.
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30 hours lecture, 15 hours seminar, 30 hours laboratory; 4 credits
Advanced treatment of the functional morphology, systematics, evolutionary history, paleoecology of invertebrate animals through geologic time. Laboratory techniques in the use of fossils as primary data of organic evolution and as indicators of paleoenvironments. (This course is also open to qualified graduate students in biology.)