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MNS 308: Humans and a Changing Ocean

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How to Use this Guide

This guide is designed to support the course, MNS 308: Humans and a Changing Ocean with Dr. Dong-Ha Min. 

Course Description: This course will cover the sustainability and consequences of human-induced alteration of the marine environment and climate change including ocean warming, sea level change, acidification, de-oxygenation, eutrophication, pollution, impacts on fisheries, marine mammals and food-web changes, and changes in species composition and ecological function. The course is primarily intended for non-science majors.

The purpose of the guide is to help you navigate the various print and electronic resources. You will find information for:

  • Information Literacy Toolkit
  • Selecting databases for finding articles
  • Finding text-books
  • Easy access to science news
  • Writing assistance
  • Citing references  

Quick Links

Library Catalog - Search the library catalog for books, ebooks, & media

Journals - Find a journal, newspaper, or magazine by title

A good source for library searching is found here.

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