Marine Biodiversity Field Programs

Feeding Ecology of Marine mammals is an experiential course aimed at providing skills for biologists interested in field studies of marine mammal feeding ecology. Your days will be spent learning to collect data in a systematic manner, adding valuable skills to your resume. You will work as part of a team to formulate hypotheses based on a literature review, construct methods designed to predict where local species of marine mammals can be observed, learn to use equipment aimed at measuring environmental data, and methods of measuring and recording observations of foraging behaviors. You will Identify and quantify resources associated with marine mammal habitats, construct tools for the field as needed, and learn to test hypotheses in the field.

This program is held in various locations. Please check updated information during open enrollment for program details, including the next location.

Dates: To be announce. 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