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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Summer Field Course- Colorado Ecosystem Field Studies

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My name is Steve Johnson.  For the past 6 years I have directed and taught the summer field course called Colorado Ecosystem Field Studies.  I am pleased to introduce a new and exciting field course held over winter break on the Caribbean coast of Mexico.  This course is ENST 291: Caribbean Ecosystem Field Studies and is approved for 3 undergraduate semester credits through the Environmental Studies Program of the University of Montana at Missoula.  Similar to the Colorado course, students will learn basic concepts in ecosystem science and engage with a wide variety of hands-on field research methods.  This course is open to all undergraduates in ecosystem related majors including environmental studies/science, biology/marine/life science, geology/earth science or geography. 
Thanks for making this unique field opportunity available to your students, Steve

Steve Johnson

Director, Ecosystem Field Studies

www.ecofs.org   steve@ecofs.org    303 859-0173

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