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Course #2002510R, 0.5 credit S1: June 12-28
Advanced Marine Research gives students the opportunity to interact with field researchers who will provide instruction and guidance in past, present and future marine investigations in the Florida Keys. The course is a three-week summer session; two weeks of classroom/pool instruction at LHPS and one week dedicated to fieldwork at a research facility in the Keys (June 21-26). Students will be conducting their own research, collecting data, analyzing lab-based instruction, and participating in ongoing projects that exist at the facility. Classroom and lab instruction will include topics such as marine ecology, marine wildlife, reef ecosystems, mangrove habitats, oceanography, field first aid, marine chemistry, and marine geology. Students will also be required to participate in various environmental/stewardship programs. All participants will conduct individual research or create impactful video projects. Current LHP students must have a recommendation from their science teacher and Dean. | 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
This program is a set price and does not qualify for the Early Bird discount.
Registrations and deposits must be made by April 5th to secure your child's spot.