University of Victoria Geography Clayoquot Field School - January 2019
The Clayoquot Sound Field School is a semester-long field school comprised of six intensive, experiential, field-based geography courses. All students will stay at the on-site field station (no exceptions). Students will share rooms and have access have access to a common kitchen and living area. Students are responsible for their meals and for transportation to and from Tofino.
Students will be registered in the following classes:
- Geog 388 - Clayoquot Sound and Nuu-chah-nulth Geograpies. Instructor: TBD
- Geog 391 A04 - Coastal Meteorology. Instructor: Shannon Fargey
- Geog 424 - Field Studies in Coastal Geomorphology. Instructor: Eva Kwoll
- Geog 487 - Advanced Landscape Ecology: Rainforest ecology and management. Instructors: Andy MacKinnon and Gisele Martin
- Geog 391 A05 - Coastal Planning. Instructor: Rosaline Canessa
- Geog 453 - Coastal and Marine Resources: Community-engaged conservation. Instructor: Dan Harrison
How to register:
To apply, submit a complete application and waiver package, along with a $1000 deposit to the University of Victoria Geography Department by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or in person to room B203 of the David Turpin Building.
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