Marine Ecology II: Coastal Ecology and Marine Environmental Management

In this semester course, we will learn about Marine Ecology and Our Oceans. What are the Ocean's most diverse environments? What are the interactions amongst species? Why keystone species are very important for life on our blue planet? Have humans impacted the Earth and the oceans? How do animals behave and why? What does marine and terrestrial conservation do to protect our oceans and planet? Find the answers to these questions and many more in "Marine Ecology II". We will engage in a marine ecology project: create our own marine ecosystem.

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Marine Ecology II: Coastal Ecology and Marine Environmental Management

During this course, students will learn about ecology in depth. We will start with Plate tectonics and our oceans and finish with Coastal ecosystems. This is a very interactive program and students will create their own projects too.

Our Learning goals are:

 

1) Plate tectonics and our oceans

2)  Coastlines and gires

3) Human impacts in our oceans

4) Coastal ecosystems

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55 minutes per class

Twice per week over 12 weeks

Group 1: 7 to 12 year olds

Group 2: 13 to 18 year olds

3 to 15 students per class

Live classes

Course Curriculum