[Coral-List] Coral Reef Field Ecology Courses?

Tom LANSFORD tom at lansford.eu
Wed Apr 4 14:05:13 EDT 2007

Hi Nick,
one option is Operation Wallacea - check www.opwall.com, and for your  
preference, specifically the Indonesia project on Hoga Island at:

Based on personal experience in the summer of 2005, I expect that you  
will find the Opwall Indonesia Program is well organized, has good  
facilities / projects, and has a good team.  You'll be able to learn  
as much as you can handle in the time you have available on Hoga.

And, ... Hoga Island is one of the most diverse areas you are likely  
to find for coral reef ecology studies.

Best regards,
Tom Lansford

On Apr 4, 2007, at 6:00 PM, coral-list-request at coral.aoml.noaa.gov  

> From: "Nick Polato" <nickpolato at gmail.com>
> Subject: [Coral-List] Coral Reef Field Ecology Courses?
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> Hello -
> I am new to the list so apologies if this has been discussed in the  
> past. I
> am looking for a good field course on the topic of coral reef
> ecology/biology , preferably in the Pacific Ocean, for someone who  
> is new to
> the field and wants to learn some taxonomy as well as experimental
> methodologies. (Being land locked here in PA limits one's exposure  
> to actual
> reefs.) Does anyone know if there is a place where courses like  
> this are
> listed? I have found a few options on the web, but I think there  
> must be
> more out there.
> Many Thanks,
> -Nick

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