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Ecuador: Natural History and Conservation of Galapagos Islands & Tropical Andes

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Course Location:
Ecuador
Program Dates:
Spring 2018
Travel Dates: 3/11/18 – 3/19/18
Credit:
PBIO 195/ENVS 150 - 3 credits
Instructor:
Monique McHenry and Pete Shear
Cost:
The program fee is $3,086. Airfare is additional. Tuition is included in your spring course load, unless you register for more than 18 credits. Students are responsible for obtaining the appropriate vaccinations, including any associated costs. At the time you are admitted, you will be required to submit a $500 non-refundable deposit.
Prerequisites:
No Prerequisites specified

equador2A hands-on exploration of the unique biodiversity found in the tropical Andes and the Galapagos Islands. Students will contemplate ideas of how this great diversity came to be and learn about current conversation efforts in place that aim to protect this diversity

For more information:
Please contact the instructor if you have questions about the course content:
mmchenry@uvm.edu

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