In early August 2011, 18 high school students from the Miami Science Museum's Upward Bound IMPACT program joined the RJD team at Broad Key research field station for 2 full days of marine-related activities. Students learned hands-on with shark tagging, kayaking, snorkeling on the reef and along mangroves, and an special presentation by Dr. Neil Hammerschlag.
To see more photos, please visit: on.fb.me/rLz5Ae
This trip was made possible by the support of
The Center for Latin American Studies (UMiami) - as.miami.edu/clas/
The RJ Dunlap Marine Conservation Program - rjd.miami.edu/
The Abess Center for Ecosystem Science and Policy - cesp.miami.edu/
The Rosenstiel School for Marine and Atmospheric Science - rsmas.miami.edu/
Video by: Christine Shepard (christineshepard.com/)
Contributing Photographer: Neil Hammerschlag (neilhammer.com/)
Contributing Photographer: Laura Bracken
Music by: Josh Woodward (joshwoodward.com/music/)
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