Programme posté(e) par Dolphin Communication Project
Publié le : 6 janv. 2013
APPLICATION DEADLINE UNOFFICIALLY EXTENDED: As of 6 Jan 2013, applications were still being accepted. We do not know when the application period will close, so apply today!
GET OUT OF THE CLASSROOM....AND GET INTO THE FIELD!
Looking for an exciting, hands-on summer course? The Dolphin Communication Project (DCP) is pleased to offer a FIELD COURSE IN CETACEAN ECOLOGY in Bimini, Bahamas. DCP, a non-profit research and education group, has been studying Atlantic spotted and bottlenose dolphins in this area since 2001.
Dates: 28 May - 9 June, 2013 (Depart on 9 June)
Topics covered include but are not limited to: Introduction to cetacean biology Introduction to delphinid species of Bimini Boat-based surveys Photo-ID and video analysis
During our boat based surveys, students will learn species identification, photo-ID, techniques in surface observations (including GPS) and when possible, observe the animals under water and collect photograph and video data.
Cost: approximately USD$5,030 (exact cost TBD based on enrollment; all fees to be paid by US check)
Included: 12 nights accommodation 3 meals a day 8 half-day boat trips in search of dolphins 1 boat trip in search of reef sharks Gratuity Transportation from airport to hotel in Bimini Course instruction Certificate of completion, 3-credits from Sacred Heart University (chat with your home university about credit transfer)
Not included: Airfare to/from Bimini, Bahamas
You must be at least 18 years old to participate. No previous experience with marine mammals or marine biology is required, however, all participants should be comfortable on a boat, snorkeling and working as a team.
Course may be used for general enrichment or course credit; however the student is solely responsible for arranging credit with their home institution.
This is your chance for a hands-on research experience with wild dolphins in the clear, warm waters of the Bahamas!
Come join us! There are only a few slots left!
For more information on this course, please contact email@example.com. For more information on this specific program, follow this link: http://www.sacredheart.edu/academics/studyabroad/studyabroadprograms/shorttermprograms/bimini/. For more information on DCP, including a list of publications, please visit www.dolphincommunicationproject.org.
Remaining spaces will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis.