Belize: Summer 2008
An International Study Program, Dr. Bill Davin’s course
in Coral Reef Ecology (BIO 482) takes students on an intensive
field-oriented excursion to Belize in order to provide students with a
first-hand investigation of the coral reef biome, including corals,
invertebrates, fishes, algae, and rooted macrophytes. Through these
carefully planned experiences, students develop an understanding and
appreciation for the ecology of the coral reef and for the biology of
the common coral reef organisms found in the Caribbean Sea.
To view some of the daily activities of students who engaged in the 2008
Coral Reef Ecology course, click on calendar dates below.
Abbreviated Itinerary with