SEA Semester: Caribbean Reef Expedition

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Take a multi-pronged approach to effective reef conservation… Chronicle the state of coral reef ecosystems in the Caribbean in response to human impacts. Develop and refine snorkel-based reef survey techniques while documenting the effects of envi... read more

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The independent research component and the fact that I lived and worked and played on a sailboat made this whole experience incredible. - Middlebury College View Entire Review
February 01, 2018 Amazing!
I gained cherished experiences and friendships. Also, I honed research skills and expanded my knowledge of coral reefs and marine policy. - St. George’s University View Entire Review

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Take a multi-pronged approach to effective reef conservation… Chronicle the state of coral reef ecosystems in the Caribbean in response to human impacts. Develop and refine snorkel-based reef survey techniques while documenting the effects of environmental change. Assess the effectiveness of Caribbean reef management strategies and contribute to local conservation policy efforts.

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Research
Program Length(s):
  • Fall
Instruction Language(s):
  • English
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Environmental Studies
  • Environmental Science
  • Ecology, Evolution Biology
  • Marine Sciences
  • Sustainability Studies
  • History
  • Natural Resources and Conservation
  • Public Policy Analysis
Minimum GPA:
0.0
Year Founded:
1971
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