Field Research Courses in Marine Mammals Science.



These intensive weekend courses provide an in-depth, hands-on immersion into the field and laboratory methods available to study cetaceans in the wild. These courses include information provided by the standard 10 days long FRC1001, FRC1002 and FRC1003 divided in 10 different courses lasting two days eachone.


This program contains three modules. The first module will introduce students to some of the methods available to monitor cetacean populations in the wild. In the second and third modules, course attendants will apply all specific methods on case studies, and perform analyses of example data. All three modules contain various theoretical and practical exercises.


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So, if you want to be a part of this unique experience and are a person who is interested in going abroad and obtaining hands-on experience in dolphins research, boat based field work, intensive training while having fun and meeting people from all over the world, then you should consider to participate in one of our programs.


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