Tropical Field Biology

Reptile and Amphibian Ecology International
Paul Hamilton
4701 W Thunderbird RdMail Code 2352
Glendale, AZ  85306
Int'l Phone: 602-363 0331
Western Hemisphere: Ecuador

Host Inst.: Jatun Sacha

Dates: 3 wks, Jun

Subject: Biodiversity, Biology, Conservation, Ecology and environmental studies, Ecuadorian studies, Evolution, Field study, Herpetology, Independent study, Internships, Land ecology survey, Life sciences, Natural history, Wildlife, Zoology

Level: Fresh, Sophs, Jrs, Srs, Grads, Adults, Teachers, Professionals
Requires: 2.25 GPA, previous study in field, courses in zoology, botany and/or ecology recommended but not required
Age Min: 18

Undergrad Credit: Avail
Undergrad: 1-7
Grad Credit: Avail
Grad: 1-7
Transfer Credit Through: Arizona State Univ

Overall Program Costs: $1,600
Cost Include: all meals, books, excursions, fees, housing included, tuition
Nonrefundable fee

Instruction Language: English
Format: Directed field study, Independent study format, Internship, Lecture, Practical training, Seminar, Study tour
Students: US & intl

Housing Arrangement: Arr by pgm
Housing Type: hostels, hotels

Deadline: 2 mos before pgm; early applications recommended

Other Info:
Year Program Began: 2001
In Coop With: Jatun Sacha
Orientation Location: in US
Orientation Description: at Arizona State Univ
Activities: cultural events activity, excursions activity, field trips activity, pgm travel activity
Misc: This course goes to one of the most biodiverse spots in the world: the Amazon Rainforest of Ecuador.
May Contact Former Participant