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Introduces students to the marine mammal fauna particularly whales and dolphins off eastern Australia and examines their biology and ecology and key threats, conservation and management of human interactions with marine mammals in Australia and world-wide. It involves field and laboratory studies, examines case studies of human interactions with marine mammals in a variety of situations, including studies in the local region, and examines ways to improve management and conservation of marine mammals.
One week compulsory on campus residential at Lismore held during the break between Session 1 and Session 2, and continuing study in Session 2.
|Distance Education||Session 2|
|Distance Education (Online)||Unavailable|
Southern Cross Drive, Bilinga
|Tweed Heads - SCU Lakeside
Caloola Drive, Tweed Heads
|Tweed Heads - SCU Riverside
Brett Street, Tweed Heads
|School||School of Environment, Science and Engineering|
192 credit points (any 16 units) AND BIO00232 - Coastal Marine Ecosystems; AND admission to Bachelor of Environmental Science OR Bachelor of Marine Science and Management OR Bachelor of Environmental Science/Bachelor of Marine Science and Management.