Teacher Organizes Exciting Trip to Belize
Under the guidance of a research team from the Oceanic Society, Campisi will take students first to a dolphin hot spot, Turneffe Atoll, and then other wildlife-rich areas in Belize. Students will get the chance to explore Turneffe Atoll, which is the largest and most biologically diverse coral atoll in the Western Hemisphere. The trip is in association with Ecology Project International and offers a unique opportunity for students to embark on an ecotourism trip to the area of Belize, which is full of wildlife.
Students will snorkel, meet other people from within the Berkeley community who are also going, and observe animals such as jaguars and dolphins. Students will also work with graduate students from the Belize area and conduct experiments based on hands-on activities they will do throughout the trip. Data will be collected and analyzed from that day’s activities.
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