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Tropical Biology - AUSTRALIA JULY 17-Aug03 This ecotour/course introduces the
concepts of ecology and organismic biology through an examination of both
tropical rainforests and coral reefs. Multiple field excursions will introduce
students to the biodiversity and conservation of tropical ecosystems, while
discussions and field activities will introduce concepts in taxonomy, basic
organismic biology and adaptive physiology, and tropical ecosystem processes.
Non-students may participate. As a non-student you may elect to take an
excursion or two on your own. Undergraduate and graduate credit is also
available TOTAL COST is $3200 (all inclusive - even food) + tuition if credit
is desired DATES 2002: Jul 17-Aug 3 (dates may change by a day or so to
maintain least expensive housing and flight rates) We'll spend 5 days on Lizard
Island snorkeling/diving areas of the Great Barrier Reef and the rest of the
time on the mainland in rainforests, wetlands, and the outback. contact Dr.
Brent DeMars (440) 953-7147 or bdemars at lakeland.cc.oh.us for more information
*Affordable extensions are available to DARWIN/KAKADU NATIONAL PARK and AYERS