NSCI 286 Topics: Introduction to Rocky Shores of Southern California

Shark Mouth

This is an introductory, college-level course on the animals and ecology of some of Southern California’s most interesting rocky shores. Marine Biologist, Dr. Stephen G. Dunbar of the Department of Earth & Biological Sciences, Loma Linda University, will facilitate this adventurous experience. Faculty Benefits may apply.

You’ll be amazed at the abundance and richness of animals among our local rocky shores.  Discover why there are oceanic tides, how intertidal animals survive, and see amazing sea creatures in this dynamic ecosystem. Internet access available with loads of helpful Internet links. Field trips and classes will be held from May 6 - 27, 2007. No prerequisites required.

Classes will be held on Monday and Thursday evenings from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. in Griggs Hall, Rm. 117. Field trips will leave at arranged times from Griggs Hall parking lot on Sunday mornings.

Previous students said:

This class is so well orchestrated it would be hard to make improvement!

Field trips rock!

Wouldn’t change a thing – just be sure to offer it each year!

The Gang

Very worthwhile, interesting class.