[MARMAM] Alaska Field Experience Through Texas A&M University at Galveston

Randall Davis davisr at tamug.edu
Mon Mar 7 06:56:08 PST 2016


ALASKA FIELD EXPERIENCE THROUGH TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY AT GALVESTON
Summer 2016

Course Name: COASTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND GEOLOGY OF ALASKA
Course Number: MARB/MARS 415, MARB/MARS 615 or as an INTERNSHIP WITHOUT UNIVERSITY CREDIT
Session dates: Session 1: June 6-17; Session 2: June 20-July 1; Session 3: July 4-July 15
Instructor: Dr. Randall Davis
Please contact Dr. Davis at (281) 250-7839<tel:%28281%29%20250-7839> (davisr at tamug.edu<https://mail.tamug.edu/owa/14.2.390.1/scripts/premium/redir.aspx?C=FTxU77pyUUOl7hMtiW6oZ8egBzqYS9MIBjvbyIw4nIeOSaSLPlXotukhTOxiKnUnwXMfUPp6pK0.&URL=mailto%3adavisr%40tamug.edu>) for more information.

Travel to south-central Alaska for this three credit hour field course or internship. For 12 days, students will live and study at the remote Alice Cove Research Station located along the shores of Prince William Sound. Students will assist in research on behavioral ecology of sea otters and  learn about the flora, fauna and geology of this area. An overland day trip will be made to explore the Copper River Delta and visit Sheridan Glacier. There are no prerequisites. Field course fee is $2,200 (airfare to Anchorage and Cordova not included). You do not need to be a student at Texas A&M University to register for an internship.






Dr. Randall W. Davis

Regents Professor, Depts. of Marine Biology and Wildlife and Fisheries Science

Texas A&M University

200 Seawolf Parkway, OCSB

Galveston, TX 77553

davisr at tamug.edu<mailto:davisr at tamug.edu>



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