Michael Martinez-Colon, puerto rico, tropical, foraminifera, forams, foram, geology, micropaleontology, FAMU, Puerto Rico, environmental, Ammonia, A. beccariia


EVR 1001- Fundamentals of Environmental Science (undergraduate)

Conditions that are healthy for living things on earth are the main topics covered in the course. To identify these conditions relevant concepts from biology, chemistry and physics are presented. Threats to healthy conditions, actions that are likely to maintain healthy conditions and laws that promote health conditions are then discussed. 

EVR 3930- Special Topics in Environmental Science (Marine Bioindicator Ecology) (undergraduate)

This course will provide students with a basic understanding on the application of bioindicators with emphasis on benthic foraminifera.

EVS 5970- Master's Degree Thesis (MS graduate)

Performance of research project under the supervision of the student’s thesis advisor.

EVS 5022- Environmental Research Methodology (undergraduate/graduate)

This course provide students with methods on hypothesis testing, sampling design, quantitative and qualitative analysis of biological and environmental data, and also engage students in different computer applications.


EVR 3023- Introduction to the Marine Environments (undergraduate)

EVR 4024C/5068C- Marine Microbial Ecology (undergrduate/graduate)

EVR 4027C/5031C- Wetland Preservation and Restoration (undergraduate/graduate)

EVS 5911- Supervised Research (MS graduate)


EVS 6913- Supervised Research (PhD graduate)