FAO: Coral Reef Researchers & Students / Academic Programme Coordinaters
rmurray at infochan.com
Sat Feb 14 09:45:13 EST 1998
ANY PERSONS INTERESTED IN CONDUCTING TROPICAL MARINE RESEARCH OR PARTICIPATING IN TROPICAL MARINE FIELD COURSES, PLEASE READ ON
New research and study opportunities are now available at the Discovery Bay Marine Laboratory (University of the West Indies).
Researchers, university field-course & marine programme co-ordinators, and students of marine biology (undergraduate and postgraduate) are invited to contact us directly to discuss their research interests. Students wishing to add a season/year of fieldwork to their university degree programmes are considered eligible for subsidy.
DBML is located on the north coast of Jamaica, immediately adjacent to a classically defined fringing reef to which travel takes less than 10 minutes by boat. This long-established marine research/field station has a large wet laboratory with running seawater, several 'dry' laboratories, a library, a darkroom, workshops, accommodation and catering facilities for up to 60 people, full diving facilities (including mixed gas diving), 8 boats, and a recompression chamber. Research and teaching at DBML, are focused primarily on coral reefs (but also include work on inshore oceanography, fisheries, and terrestrial ecology)..........
For much more information about DBML, its research, facilities, rates, and all contact details, view our website:
Laboratory Director - Dr. Michael Haley
Principal Scientific Officer - Mr. Peter Gayle
Administration - Mrs. June Lawrence
Tel. (876) 973 2241
Fax. (876) 973 3091
e-mail: dbml at infochan.com
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