Summer Marine Science Education Program

July 22-26: 9:30-3:00 pm at IMET, Columbus Center, Baltimore

The goal of Summer Marine Science Education Program will be to provide high school students with opportunities to understand how the constant perturbation of estuary, brackish salt water environment affects the growth of living organisms (Chesapeake Bay) using the blue crab as an model organism and how these animals change the color of their carapace to blend in their environments, particularly the surface of a substrate.

For more information and to sign up for more information, please see http://www.umces.edu/imet/SMSEP.

Application Deadline: April 15, 2013

Course Faculty:

J. Sook Chung, Ph. D

Any questions, please contact Dr. J. Sook Chung at chung@umces.edu or call 410-234-8841.

This program is funded by the National Science Foundation

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