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[EmergingEthnoNetwork] Fwd: DANTA Field Courses 2011-2012 [2 Attachments]

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--- On Mon, 9/12/11, Nemer E. Narchi <nnarchi@uga.edu> wrote:

From: Nemer E. Narchi <nnarchi@uga.edu>
Subject: Fwd: DANTA Field Courses 2011-2012
To: "manitascolorfiel@yahoo.com" <manitascolorfiel@yahoo.com>
Date: Monday, September 12, 2011, 3:51 PM



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From: Margie Floyd <mjfloyd@UGA.EDU>
Date: September 12, 2011 2:27:01 PM CDT
Subject: FW: DANTA Field Courses 2011-2012
Reply-To: Margie Floyd <mjfloyd@UGA.EDU>

 
 
From: conservation@danta.info [mailto:conservation@danta.info] 
Sent: Monday, September 12, 2011 1:16 PM
To: reckgg@appstate.edu
Subject: DANTA Field Courses 2011-2012
 
Dear Colleague

DANTA: Association for Conservation of the Tropics Winter 2011-2012 Field Course

Pleased find below advertising for our winter session 2011-2012 field course in tropical biology and conservation. We are offering a Primate Behavior and Conservation Field Course from Dec. 28, 2011- January 15, 2012 in Costa Rica. Full details about the courses and application procedures can be found on our website at www.DANTA.INFO.

We would be most grateful if you could send the text below to potential applicants so that as many students as possible get to hear about our exciting training programs.
 
Thank you,
Kimberly Dingess
 
 
Danta: Association for Conservation of the Tropics is pleased to announce its winter 2011-2012 field course in tropical biology. Our courses are intended for undergraduates or early graduate level students who have a keen interest in tropical biology and conservation, but have little or no experience of working in a tropical environment.  Participants may enroll on either a credit or non-credit basis.
 
Courses will be held in Costa Rica's spectacular Osa Peninsula. As one of the largest tracts of rain forest north of the Amazon, this area is renowned for high animal and plant diversity. It is one of only a few places in Costa Rica that has jaguar, puma, sea turtles and four species of monkey (mantled howler monkey, black-handed spider monkey, white-faced capuchin and squirrel monkey). It is also home to nearly 4,000 plant species, including trees more than 200 feet tall. All students participating in our programs will have opportunity to be involved in applied conservation (i.e., sea turtle monitoring and reforestation) and community service.
 
Winter Session 2011-2012
 
Primate Behavior and Conservation (December 28 – January 15, 2012). Instructors: Kimberly Dingess, Anthropology, Indiana University, Bloomington; Marni LaFleur, Department of Anthropology, University of Colorado, Boulder and Dr. Klaus Zuberb├╝hler, Department of Psychology, University of St. Andrews, Scotland.
 
As much of our advertising is done by word-of-mouth, we encourage you to spread the word by forwarding this email and attached flyer to students or friends who may be interested in our programs.

For more information, please visit our website at www.DANTA.info or emailconservation@danta.info.

Hope to see you in Costa Rica!
 
Kimberly A. Dingess
Director
DANTA: Association for Conservation of the Tropics
P.O. Box 316
Davenport, NY 13750
304-963-0954

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