Thursday, April 26, 2012

Things are gearing up!

This year Dr. Zimmerman of Lycoming College will be teaching his Tropical Marine Biology class, Biology 329:
  • A field oriented course where students study the creatures of the fringing reefs, lagoons, turtlegrass beds and mangrove swamps at a tropical marine laboratory.  Studies will include survey of plankton, invertebrates and fish as well as the physical and chemical characteristics that influence their distribution.
Things are gearing up here at Lyco as we prepare to start classes in a few weeks. (Schedule below)

May 21 - 25: Full day classes (8:30a.m.-4:30p.m.) at Lycoming College

May 28 – June 1: Full day classes (8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.) at Lycoming

June 2 - 9:  Full day classes at RIMS in Roatan!!!

~Checkout the past May Term blogs and these videos in the mean time!

2007 May Term Blog

2009 May Term Blog

Blog by Gary Dole, a friend of Dr. Zimmerman, who was at RIMS last year – great pictures

Lionfish invasion video

 Want to see where we are headed?   Checkout the Google map of Roatan