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Ecology of the Florida Everglades

Target Audience: Undergraduate Student
Graduate Student

Institution: MESC/Dauphin Island Sea Lab

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Course Description: This course examines the natural history and ecology of the world’s rarest and most endangered wilderness area. The course will consist of a week of lectures and discussions focusing on the history, geology, hydrology, and biota of this system, followed by a week of field exploration to examine the Everglades and associated systems. The field component will consist of day-long excursions and tent camping in several Florida State Parks. As such, participants should bring appropriate gear and be prepared to actively and cheerfully participate. Please view our video of our 2014 class!

Course Fees and Expenses: Special fees apply and will be determined by the number of participants in the course (approximately $450.00). A trip deposit (1/2) is due on March 10, 2017 with the remaining portion due on May 1, 2017. The fee is nonrefundable unless the class is canceled

Funding Source: Other

How to Apply: Apply and register online:

Application Closing Date: 05/15/2017

Course Begins: 2017-05-15

Course Ends: 2017-05-26


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