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.
What is Unique about this Opportunity?
An investigative science and policy semester at sea examining the impacts of human actions on Caribbean coral reef ecosystems and the effectiveness of existing reef management strategies.An investigative science and policy semester at sea examining the impacts of human actions on Caribbean coral reef ecosystems and the effectiveness of existing reef management strategies.
- Develop and refine snorkel-based reef survey techniques
- Conduct additional on-site research at a field station in Grenada
- Contribute to marine conservation policy efforts
- Assess effectiveness of reef management strategies
How do I apply?
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