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	Students on the Coral Reef Ecology course learn commonly used techniques to study benthic community structure at several reef types.</p>

Students on the Coral Reef Ecology course learn commonly used techniques to study benthic community structure at several reef types.

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	Students in the Scott microscope lab.</p>

Students in the Scott microscope lab.

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	Students explore the Bermuda shoreline in Hungry Bay.</p>

Students explore the Bermuda shoreline in Hungry Bay.

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	Many courses at BIOS involve fieldwork and experiential learning opportunities. Here, students SCUBA dive on Bermuda's reefs to learn more about native coral reef ecosystems.</p>

Many courses at BIOS involve fieldwork and experiential learning opportunities. Here, students SCUBA dive on Bermuda's reefs to learn more about native coral reef ecosystems.

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	Students learn about marine technology and sampling equipment aboard R/V <em>Atlantic Explorer</em>.</p>

Students learn about marine technology and sampling equipment aboard R/V Atlantic Explorer.

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	Dalhousie students conducting a shoreline transect.</p>

Dalhousie students conducting a shoreline transect.

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	Students in the Coral Reef Ecology course work together in the lab exploring coral skeletons and polyps under dissecting microscopes.</p>

Students in the Coral Reef Ecology course work together in the lab exploring coral skeletons and polyps under dissecting microscopes.

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	Course lectures, tutorials and workshops take place in designated lecture rooms at BIOS.</p>

Course lectures, tutorials and workshops take place in designated lecture rooms at BIOS.

Students can participate in a variety of summer and fall semester courses at BIOS, providing unique opportunities to explore contemporary ocean science topics and to expand field and laboratory experience in a subtropical marine environment.