The Summer 2019 session of the Inner Space Center’s (ISC’s) Ocean Science Exploration Camp will take place from July 15-19, 2019, and will focus on physical oceanography. Physical oceanographers study the conditions and processes within the ocean, seeking to understand why, where, and how water moves. Physical oceanography also involves investigating the way the ocean’s physical structure interacts with biological and chemical processes, as well as the relationship between the sea, weather, and climate.
During this week-long, day camp (9am- 3pm daily), youth, ages 11-14, will explore the relationship between the ocean and the atmosphere, the transfer of heat, water, and other substances between these two regions, and links to global climate. Narragansett Bay offers a unique estuarine environment through which coastal circulation and associated biogeochemical processes can be explored. Using the tools and techniques of physical oceanographers, campers will investigate basic oceanographic concepts such as density, buoyancy, water pressure, and salinity, as well as explore the science and dynamics of ocean currents, tides, and waves.
Camp cost: $495 per camper (plus a 3% processing fee for credit card payments)
* A 15% discount is available to current University of Rhode Island faculty and staff. Please email Holly Morin, email@example.com, for details.
THE SUMMER 2019 SESSION OF OCEAN SCIENCE EXPLORATION CAMP IS NOW FULL.
If you have any questions about the ISC’s Ocean Exploration Camp, please contact Holly Morin (firstname.lastname@example.org; 401-874-6414).
Previous Ocean Science Exploration Camp themes:
- Biological Oceanography (2018)
- Geological Oceanography (2017)
- Chemical Oceanography (2016)
- Physical Oceanography (2015)
- Ocean Technology (2014)