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Monday, September 16, 2013

Winter-break field course announcement- Caribbean Ecosystem Field Studies


    My name is Steve Johnson.   I am pleased to announce another session of ENST 291: Caribbean Ecosystem Field Studies, held over winter break on the Caribbean coast of Mexico.  This course is approved for 3 undergraduate semester credits through the Environmental Studies Program of the University of Montana at Missoula. Students learn basic concepts in ecosystem science and engage with a wide variety of hands-on research methods.  This class is open to all undergraduates students in an ecosystem related major such as yours.  We are requesting the attached pdf announcement be distributed via email and/or posted to undergraduates in your department. I have attached a text announcement below if attachments are problematic. I sincerely appreciate any help you can provide to distribute this educational announcement.

    I have sent this message to you based on information posted on your school/department website.  You should be the only person from your department receiving this message and therefore if I have reached the incorrect person I kindly ask you forward this message to the appropriate contact.  Also if you have any questions, comments or concerns regarding this course please feel free to contact me at  A full syllabus may be found at the course website:

      Thanks for making this unique field opportunity available to your students, Steve 

Steve Johnson

Director, Ecosystem Field Studies    303 859-0173

Caribbean Ecosystem Field Studies 2013 Announcement
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