University of Wisconsin - Stout: Traveling - Natural History of the Neotropics

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In this program, students will gain an understanding of the patterns and processes that yield hotspots of biodiversity in Belize and Guatemala while learning to appreciate the need for their conservation. Time will be spent studying coral reefs an... read more

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In this program, students will gain an understanding of the patterns and processes that yield hotspots of biodiversity in Belize and Guatemala while learning to appreciate the need for their conservation. Time will be spent studying coral reefs and rainforests under the direction of local guides at two rustic field stations. Students should be prepared for a very active itinerary. In the end, students should have gained an understanding and appreciation for modern Belizean cultures as well as the earliest Mayan inhabitants.

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