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Subject: Still one space in Diversity of Fishes at Shoals Marine Laboratory
From: "William E. Bemis" <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Tue, 30 May 2006 11:30:59 -0400
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We still have one space in Bruce Collette's fish course at Shoals  
Marine Laboratory:


The Diversity of Fishes (June 5 - 26, 2006; 6 credits) will again be  
taught this summer by world famous ichthyologist Bruce Collette, an  
authority on marine fishes and editor of The Fishes of the Gulf of  
Maine.

Also, I'd like to call your attention to three other course offerings  
at Shoals Marine Laboratory this summer:


The Ecology of Animal Behavior (July 3 - July 17, 2006; 4 credits) is  
back again for Summer 2006. This highly regarded course offers  
intensive experience in behavioral ecology based on the many  
vertebrate and invertebrate species readily observable on Appledore.

J.B. Heiser will teach Marine Vertebrates (July 24 - August 14; 6  
credits). This is the 20th year for Marine Vertebrates at SML, and  
leading authorities on fishes, marine birds and marine mammals of the  
Gulf of Maine will join J.B. for a very special version of this  
highly regarded course.

We have just organized a new one-week course for Shoals Marine  
Laboratory on Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for Field  
Scientists (June 26-July 3 2006). It will combine software training  
with data collection in the field. GIS methods offer the chance to  
link essentially any kind of information, object, event or phenomenon  
to a map system. With new and more portable GPS systems and more  
powerful laptop computers, interest in and applications of GIS are  
spreading rapidly among ecologists, behavioral biologists,  
geologists, conservationists and others.


Click the hyperlinks for more information or call us at 607-255-3717.

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