Galapagos Marine Ecology

Galapagos Marine Ecology is a summer program set in the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador. It is designed for K-12 teachers. Over 25 days, students explore the diverse habitats of the Galapagos Islands, seeing many of the animals and plants found nowhere else, swimming with sea lions and sea turtles, hiking an active volcano, and learning about life in the Galapagos for the residents. Students keep a detailed field journal, work with a partner on a field investigation on a plant or animal of their choice, and do a short service project with a local school. Held in July and offered through UA Study Abroad for 4 units (ECOL 496O/596O). All are welcome to apply.

  • K-12 Teachers
  • Undergraduate Students
  • Graduate Students
  • Ecology
  • Evolution
  • Conservation Biology
  • Marine Biology

Summer program.

Varies, posted on UA Study Abroad site.

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Katrina Mangin

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Galapagos Marine Ecology

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