How to succeed in kelp forest ecology
- In BIOHOPK185 (Ecology and Conservation of Kelp Forest Communities), students learned how to use underwater video as a tool for underwater research. In addition, students were encouraged to use the cameras to collect videos that captured the beauty of the kelp forest and the process of scientific diving at Hopkins Marine Station. One of the final assignments for the class was to create a short (1-2 minutes) video that captured their experience as a student in the class. This collection contains these videos.
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|[ca. July 2022]
|August 17, 2022
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- Donald, S. (2022). How to succeed in kelp forest ecology. Stanford Digital Repository. Available at https://purl.stanford.edu/sw243nt9654
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