With Tiana Bay and the Atlantic Ocean as a classroom, students dive deep into the biological, ecological, physical, chemical and geological processes that govern our oceans and planet earth. Specific topics include the marine biology of local organisms, food web dynamics, water chemistry and water quality testing, oceanographic sampling techniques, waves and tides, exploration of local marine habitats and scientific experiments. Throughout the program, students will gain an appreciation for the significance of local marine culture and the ways in which humans rely on and impact our waters. Students will receive a certificate of completion that may be helpful in obtaining future internships and marine science opportunities.
The Club is for ages 12-17 years, and will meet on Wednesdays after school on the following days: 9/18, 9/25, 10/2, 10/16 and 10/23. Registration is through the Town of Southampton's Recreation Department, see link below.
$150 Residents of Southampton / $160 Non-residents
Tiana Bayside Facility
89 Dune Road
Hampton Bays, New York 11946
Last updated September 9, 2019