Marine conservation projects
In this section we take a look at some of the current global marine conservation issues you may consider as a marine scientist and work our way through some hypothetical situations. If students find themselves feeling enthusiastic about these topics, marine science may be a consideration for university level education.
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When studying any subject at school you (the student) will be taught according to the curriculum which is designed to give you knowledge and understanding of key elements and topics. If you find yourself being motivated to discover more about certain subjects, such as marine conservation, there is a whole world of wonder waiting for you to discover it! Beyond what you are taught in school, you can do your own research into topics you feel passionate about – read books and magazines, watch documentaries, look up relevant conservation websites, get in touch with people working in the field and gain work experience as a volunteer! If you would like some advice on where to start, get in touch and our Education Officer shall point you in the right direction.
Field trips can be invaluable for students wishing to develop their skills and understanding of marine conservation issues and ways in which these issues are addressed. For advice on inspirational excursions, get in touch and our Education Officer will help you to plan your next step. For outdoor activity ideas follow the link below.