Glaciers and Climate Change in
Tongass National Forest
June 19-25, 2012
$1295 Alaska Geographic and Discovery Southeast Member Price
$1325 Non-Member Price
Registration for this course will be handled by our partner, Discovery Southeast.
Paddle your kayak among drifting ice bergs. Place your hand in the footprint of a wild bear. Reflect at camp while listening for nearby whales and wolves. Join Forest Service naturalist Kevin Hood on a multi-day exploration of the wildlife, forests and glaciers of Southeast Alaska. By kayak and on foot, explore how the region is responding to global climate change and what changes in the north mean for the rest of the world.
Please check with our partner, Discovery Southeast, by email or by calling (907) 463-1500.
The University of Alaska Anchorage offers three professional development credits (level 500). The credit fee has been included in the course fee.
This course is coordinated by Discovery Southeast and complete details are available on their website. Information includes times, locations, fitness level, lodging, meals, and forms.
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If you have questions about this particular course, please contact Discovery Southeast (email or 907-463-1500) or Alaska Geographic (email or 907-683-1269). Click here for additional information, including alternative ways to register and the cancellation policy.
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