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SUMMER @ SEAHORSE 2014. Island Biology (ZOO TBD ) July (Summer B)

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Summer @ seahorse 2014

SUMMER @ SEAHORSE 2014

IslandBiology (ZOO TBD)

July (Summer B)

Islands are renowned for their extraordinary biota—inspiring biologists and providing key insights into evolution, biogeography, and ecology. As a result of the devastating effects of human colonization, island ecosystems face severe threats, and island conservation has become a vital international concern. This course will introduce students to island biology with an emphasis on speciation, adaptations, and evolution. Students get to conduct independent field research projects.

Credits: 3

Class Size: 15

Lab fee: estimated at $400 (does not include tuition & food)

Pre-trip UF campus meeting required

Course Instructor: Dr. Coleman Sheehy

Big Bend Ecology

WIS TBD, June 7-14 (Summer A)

Florida’s Big Bend includes over 200 miles of undevelopecoastline protecting a diverse array of highly functioning habitats, from marine grass beds to forested hammocks This course explores coastal species, communities and ecosystems. Students will conduct independent field research projects.

Credits: 3Class Size: 15

Lab fee: estimated at $400 (does not include tuition & food)

Pre-trip UF campus meeting required

Course Instructor: Dr. Ben Atkinson

Coastal Disturbance Ecology

(UF:WIS4934/SFC:WIS2930) May 26-June 6 (Summer A)

Disturbance, whether natural or anthropogenic in origin, is a key component of all ecosystem dynamics. This course explores the role of disturbances in shaping coastal species, communities and ecosystems. Students will conduct independent field research projects.

Credits: 3Class Size: 15

Lab fee: $400(does not include tuition & food)

Pre-trip UF campus meeting required

Course Instructor: Dr. Jennifer Seavey

Application deadlines: May1, 2014

More info: http://skml.clas.ufl.edu


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