Overview Description Requirements Outline Itinerary Cost Application Instructor Rainforest And Reef Penn State Lehigh Valley Biology - Dr. Jacqueline McLaughlin
 
E. O. Wilson Quote

"Biodiversity in all its forms can not be fully appreciated unless it is experienced firsthand at its extremes."

The purpose of this program is to give participants firsthand experience of the unique biodiversity found in Costa Rican tropical rainforests and coral reefs.

Special emphasis will also be placed on how humans have impacted the biodiversity of these environments. And, as an indirect benefit participants will also experience the culture, history, and biogeography of this region.

In her quest to explore and educate others about the biodiversity, biocomplexity, and need for preservation of our world biomes,
Dr. Jacqueline McLaughlin
, Assistant Professor of Biology at Penn State University (Berks-Lehigh Valley), will lead this field course expedition in which participants can earn undergraduate, graduate, ACT 48 credits, or simply for personal or professional enrichment.

 

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