The Coral Reef Ecology and Conservation program is comprised of snorkeling excursions to near shore and offshore reefs surrounding Puerto Rico. You will experience the relationship between organisms and oceanographic features through a series of visual scavenger hunts over reefs. Coral reefs play an important role in the marine environment. The beauty and diversity of inhabitants of the reefs attract snorkelers and divers creating challenges for management agencies to create policy allowing recreational and economic activity while protecting the inhabitants of the reefs.
Dates: To be announced for 2018. Enrollment opens when dates are announced.
Program fee: To be announced with week-long session open enrollment.
Registration: Click on the course title to enter course and register through Pay Pal during open enrollment. You do not need a Pay Pal account to register. You do need to be signed in to the Education Hub to register for courses.
Important! Do not purchase air travel until you are notified the course has met minimum enrollment.
Maximum number of students for this session = 8
Keywords: coral reef, reef fishes, coral bleaching, climate change, coral nursery, snorkeling, SCUBA, ecology, marine biology, wildlife photography