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REEF Field Surveys Trips are a great introduction to marine life identification for new REEF surveyors, and a fun way for experienced surveyors to build their life list while interacting with fellow fish watchers. REEF coordinates Field Surveys to locations throughout our project regions each year. These projects are led by REEF staff and other REEF instructors and feature daily classroom seminars and a full diving schedule. Educators will be taught the methodology for collecting fish identification and abundance data as citizen scientists. Educators will snorkel or SCUBA dive while doing fish surveys to determine biodiversity. Evening seminars focus on fish identification, behavior, and adaptations.

Ready to book? Want to know more? Contact us at or call 305-588-5869. 

If you have already signed up for the course via REEF's website, simply click below if you wish to purchase credit. 

Other Credits: 40 hours

Note: This section is for the purchase of course credit only. Students must sign up for the course first through the REEF website.

Course Number: EDUC-42293
Credit: 2.50 unit(s)