LÍF641M Studying marine mammals in the wild
Skjálfandi Bay, in Northeast Iceland is considered as one of the best locations in Iceland to watch and research whales.
The Summer Course is a field course held in Húsavík by Skjálfandi Bay, on fundamentals of a suite of field methodologies used in the study of free-ranging cetaceans (whales and dolphins). Students will receive background lectures on the diverse assemblage of dolphins and whales off Húsavik, as well as learn the theory and practice the use of each of the different cetacean research methodologies.
2017 Summer Course starts in Húsavík June 9th and ends on June 18th. Application deadline is March 15th.