Paleonet: Field Course Announcement - Taphonomic and Ecological Processes in Tropical Environments
mkowalewski at flmnh.ufl.edu
Thu Jan 23 10:05:47 GMT 2020
This is a quick reminder that the application deadline for the 2020 summer field course at the Gerace Research Centre (San Salvador Island, Bahamas) is quickly approaching (Feb 1, 2020). For details about the course and application process, see below. Questions about the application process and the course should be directed to kowalewski at ufl.edu<mailto:kowalewski at ufl.edu>.
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Subject: Paleonet: Field Course Announcement - Taphonomic and Ecological Processes in Tropical Environments
Taphonomic and Ecological Processes in Tropical Environments
Summer Field Course in Graduate Research
June 7 to July 11, 2020
Michal Kowalewski, University of Florida (kowalewski at ufl.edu<mailto:kowalewski at ufl.edu>)
Troy A. Dexter, Gerace Research Centre (troy.dexter at ub.edu.bs<mailto:troy.dexter at ub.edu.bs>)
Overview: This 5-week course will focus on graduate-level research in taphonomy and ecology of late Quaternary to Recent environments of San Salvador Island (the Bahamas), including both marine and terrestrial settings. Each student participant will lead an independent project based on field, experimental, or laboratory data. The instructors will assist students, both logistically and intellectually, in developing projects that can generate publishable quality data. San Salvador field sites and laboratory facilities offer opportunities for conducting topically diverse projects from experimental ecology and taphonomy to Quaternary paleoecology and biosedimentary processes.
For more information about the course and instructions how to apply please visit http://geraceresearchcentre.com/fieldcourse.html<https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__geraceresearchcentre.com_fieldcourse.html&d=DwMFAg&c=sJ6xIWYx-zLMB3EPkvcnVg&r=rUtxQHepRS7hS4RdZn5LQvZ-hyl6qAbKYgSj2oQNYFg&m=MeqNDSlP4uGDwJBINHvjmokSyAugjLaCa6hVxg8StsA&s=zUI1GaO1kfyTmnf3Sz3SIA0m6Jbp_Gqc--xbwQcz0oQ&e=>
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