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2019 MARINE ECOLOGY & RESEARCH TECHNIQUES TEACHER WORKSHOP

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MarineLab

51 Shoreland Drive

Key Largo, Florida 33037

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Join MarineLab's biologist/instructors in a week long exploration of the marine communities in the Upper Keys. Days are spent aboard our boats, snorkeling the seagrasses, mangroves, and coral reefs protected by the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, Everglades National Park and John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park. All workshops are content oriented and are designed for the middle and high school science teacher. Recharge your batteries, get excited about using marine science in YOUR curriculum, and get continuing education points at the same time!

Various field research methods and techniques are taught and practiced during the snorkeling field trips. The AP Water Quality Lab and Diversity Indexing Lab, advanced coral reef ecology with Bleachwatch, seagrass ecology with quadrats, mangrove ecology with soil analysis, and the Great Annual Fish Count are all part of this advanced program. Please note: We utilize all the workshop time to focus on educational content. If you are interested in doing some tourism activities while you're in the Keys, please plan on doing so before or after the workshop. Staying with us for an extra night is an option, although we cannot accommodate early arrivals.

COST: $450. Workshop fees are all-inclusive except for transportation to MarineLab: meals, accommodations, field trips, evening activities, and snorkel gear are all provided.

Enroll by registering and paying a $100 deposit. Balance will be collected upon arrival.

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51 Shoreland Drive

Key Largo, Florida 33037

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