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This course requires planning, executing and writing-up an independent research project on a topic relevant to the remit of the programme. In consultation with their supervisor(s), students formulate a testable hypothesis, design an analytical approach suitable for testing those hypotheses, analyse the data and interpret the results. Results are presented orally in the final week of the programme.
|Session||Second Sub Session||Credit Points||60 credits (30 ECTS credits)|
|Campus||Old Aberdeen||Sustained Study||No|
· Independent research project that can cover any area of marine or fisheries ecology, and which is computer-, laboratory-, or field-based;
· Provides training in managing all aspects of undertaking an independent research project from inception to delivery of a project report written in the format of a publication in an international scientific journal;
· Research topics are flexible; they can be local or international and are often associated with on-going research conducted by academic staff;
· Projects may require collaboration with external organisations which enables students to access a greater range of facilities and expertise.
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