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This program provides students with an immersive opportunity to study in one of the world’s most diverse ecological environments. Topics of study include tropical forest ecology; marine and wetland ecology; mammal and bird conservation; indigenous resource use; and the human-natural resource interface. Students have seven weeks of field study, and study at world-renowned research institutions including the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute and EARTH University.
Contemporary environmental and sociocultural issues shaping Panama Environmental research methods and ethics Development and conservation Interdependent tropical ecosystems Poverty and the environment Indigenous cultures and conservation