Years 9 – 11 students (Applications open)
Experience life as a remote scientist in this 16-day science tour to Indonesia. As well as gaining insight into life on a small island, you’ll collect vital data on the endemic-rich Wallacea region of central Indonesia, on Buton Island, SE Sulawesi, including research on forest structure and carbon stocks, bat, bird, butterfly, reptile and amphibian communities. Data is used as part of a research funding application in the United Nations, which works to preserve the pristine condition of the Indonesian biosphere.
For more information, contact Mrs Rita Pezzano (Program Director) at [email protected].