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1 February 2011 Teaching Biodiversity & Evolutionary Biology in a North American Marine Coastal Environment
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The oceans are among the most biodiverse of Earth's environments. Introducing students to this diversity in the field provides an opportunity to examine the evolution of animals. We detail how readily a field-based biodiversity and evolution class can he designed and taught in a phyletically diverse marine setting in North America.
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Sebastian Kvist, Shaena A. Montanari, Hongyu Yi, Bella Fuks and Mark E. Siddall "Teaching Biodiversity & Evolutionary Biology in a North American Marine Coastal Environment," The American Biology Teacher 73(2), (1 February 2011). https://doi.org/10.1525/abt.2011.73.2.4
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