CUNY - College of Staten Island: Biology and Tropical Ecology in Tobago

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Study and explore tropical ecology with a CSI faculty leader on the beautiful Caribbean island of Tobago, part of Trinidad and Tobago in the West Indies, on this short-term January field study program. Discover the rich variety of native wild life... read more

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Study and explore tropical ecology with a CSI faculty leader on the beautiful Caribbean island of Tobago, part of Trinidad and Tobago in the West Indies, on this short-term January field study program. Discover the rich variety of native wild life and plant life, through first-hand study while hiking and snorkeling and journaling your findings. There will be opportunities to even explore at night, with walks and night snorkel options. BIO 217 - Intro to Tropical Ecology, is a 3 credit biology course that introduces students to tropical ecology with emphasis on differences in the tropical versus temperate system: differences in climatic regimes, habitat types, phenology of natural processes, and species to be found in the tropical versus eastern North American temperate environments. It will be an intensive immersive course held at a tropical field station in Tobago, and will provide you with an opportunity for study of a tropical environment within a different culture.

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  • January Term
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