[Coral-List] Summer Field Course

Howard Lasker hlasker at buffalo.edu
Sat Feb 12 13:02:00 EST 2011

University at Buffalo

San Salvador, The Bahamas

July 23 - August 6, 2011

Two week field workshop conducted at the Gerace Research Station on San 
Salvador, The Bahamas. The workshop will provide an in depth study of 
Caribbean marine habitats and the processes controlling the abundance 
and distribution of organisms in tropical marine communities. The course 
will emphasize coral reef communities.  Through lectures, observations 
and experiments participants will learn the fauna and flora of the 
habitats and characterize the roles of different ecological processes in 
structuring tropical marine communities.

Cost - $1450 plus transportation to the field station.  Fees include 
housing, all meals on site and lab fees.Students wishing academic credit 
can make arrangements to receive credit from the University at Buffalo 
with an additional per credit tuition fee.

For further information contact Dr. Howard Lasker (hlasker at buffalo.edu 
<mailto:hlasker at buffalo.edu>) or Dr. Mary Alice Coffroth 
(coffroth at buffalo.edu)


Howard R. Lasker
    Director, Graduate Program in Evolution, Ecology&  Behavior
    Professor, Department of Geology

Mailing Address:
    Graduate Program in Evolution, Ecology&  Behavior
    411 Cooke Hall
    University at Buffalo
    Buffalo, NY 14260-3050

    443 Hochstetter Hall

Laboratory (shipping address):
    474 Hochstetter Hall
    University at Buffalo--North Campus
    Buffalo, NY 14260-3050

Phone:       Office  (716) 645-4870
              Lab     (716) 645-4876
Fax:                 (716) 645-3999

Website: http://www.geology.buffalo.edu/people/faculty/lasker.shtml

Graduate Program website: http://evolutionecologybehavior.buffalo.edu/

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