ECO Internship 3 – Coral Reef Ecology
How are coral reefs formed? Where on a reef will you find certain species, and why? How do species on a reef work together? These questions all relate to the very complex marine ecosystem. A commonly used expression about reefs is, that they are more diverse than rainforests. Corals, fish and other invertebrates are all linked together forming the tropical marine ecosystem as we know it. In this lecture you will learn about the “bigger picture” on the coral reef.
Day 1 Orientation / coral ecology lecture / CoralWatch lecture
Day 2 PADI Naturalist Specialty
Day 3 CoralWatch
Day 4 Coral ecology dives
Day 5 Manta Identification research dives
Day 6 Fun dives
Starting dates 2013
The price of the Fish & Invertebrate ECO Internship is only USD 535
For each of our Bali ECO Internships, we include all the of the following:
- Airport transfers (return land transport from your hotel to Denpasar Airport, Bali).
- One (1) week twin-share accommodation in a local Balinese losmen.
- Six (6) days of ECO Internship diving each week.
- Lunch and water are included on every diving day.