University of Sydney
B. Sc. (Stream: Marine Science); Completed 1st and 2nd year with 1
high distinction, 1 distinctions and 12 credits.
diving (in particular subtidal ecology), underwater photography and
videography, travelling, soccer, Oztag
gain employment that allows her to work towards wildlife conservation
and environmental impact studies. Also, to get involved with an ecotourism
venture so that her knowledge of the marine environment can educate
others about the importance of wildlife protection and conservation.
|Reasons for interest in the Tropical Marine Science Program:
greater expand her horizons within the discipline of marine science
and to better understand the reasons why coral reefs have been identified
as the most vulnerable ecosystem on earth. Through this course Amy
hopes to develop a better understanding of coral reef ecosystems and
in particular, the complex interactions that occur between the organisms
found in these habitats, such as symbiosis and coral bleaching.