An excellent introduction to the sometimes overlooked marine predators that lived alongside the dinosaurs! A lot of detail is presented here, so be prepared to act like a sponge and soak it all up.
I really enjoyed the course & finding out about the creatures that have fascinated me for years. The course was very well structured in logical sections that enabled me to study when I wanted.
автор: Graham F•
Wow, what a fantastic course. Well structured and very well presented by a very knowledgeable palaeontologist. I cannot recommend this course enough.
It was great I loved doing it some of them I thought was hard but I managed to complete it so yeah it is great to know that i am smart at age ten
автор: Wendy L•
As with all UAlberta Coursera courses, this one is full of information and makes you think about the topics. Thanks for another excellent course!
автор: Hadley K•
Very interesting and informational. Usually online lectures are boring to follow but the instructor was enthusiastic and enjoyable to listen to.
автор: Alejandro C R•
I recommend this course, academically excellent and serious, well documented. I have learned new knowledge of paleontology. Congratulations !!
автор: Степан И•
This course was one of the hardest between the courses of ancient vertebrates from the University of Alberta.
I really enjoyed all of then!
автор: Kazunori M•
Wonderful ! I have not been know about ancient Marine Reptiles until today. So, I am really thank you to teach and give knowledge for me.
автор: Diane E•
Another wonderful course from University of Alberta. Scott Persons is a great lecturer. Material is interesting and well structured.
автор: fernando g u•
Por fin comencé a vislumbrar el problema acuático de nuestros antepasados más lejanos. El espectacular árbol filogenético.
автор: Colin C•
Fascinating insight into the variety of marine reptiles which evolved following their return to the water. A very enjoyable course.
автор: Joseph J M•
All the course was very interesting and the professor was excelent learning about ancient marine reptiles, he known all, amazing!
автор: Judith S•
I really enjoyed the course and appreciated how flexible it was. The notes and videos provided were extremely thorough and clear.
автор: HAMMAD U R B•
Learning this course was like living in that era of earth. Really great course to learn regarding great animals of earth history
автор: Javier E S A•
Contenidos muy claros sobre el tema, que motivan a continuar estudiando estos animales asombrosos (dinosaurios) y su evolución.
автор: Kailey g•
I love this course and i recommend the other paleontology courses, these are huge help and it also looks good on future resumes
автор: Hello H a y•
It was fun an informative. I got lost with all the various big names quite often but it just means I'll want to take it again.
автор: Preslee C•
This is a very detailed class that I really enjoyed! You'll be amazed by how much you'll learn and how much details they give!
автор: Manuel J L M•
Excellent course of current knowledge of Marine reptiles from Mesozoic age. Thanks for accept me as free student, best wishes.
автор: Alexandra G•
Great courses, the note are really well done and the teacher is passionnate by the subject. Very interesting, I learnt a lot.
автор: Mick T•
Excellent! I live near the North Sulphur River and hunt for fossils as often as I can. This class was very helpful for me!
автор: Gerald V•
superb presentations following the three major divisions of marine reptiles from their origins to their eventual extinctions
автор: Bronwyn B C•
This was a very excellent course as I want to learn more about animals in preparation the study as a veterinary technician.
автор: Brian K•
This is a fabulous course! Wonderful text, educational videos and a highly enthusiastic instructor. Highly recommended.
автор: Skyla C•
I love this course! I have learned so much, and the quizzes are so nice and short. They don't give me time to stress!!!
автор: Steve M•
Another excellent course from the University of Alberta. A real privilege to have the opportunity to learn in this way.