The Apalachicola Ecosystems Project

University Education

Students are an integral part of the Apalachicola Ecosystems Project.  Students are being trained in scientific research and are learning about human-environmental interaction, culture history, and professional skills while getting a liberal arts education.  Faculty-student research is funded through grants, gifts, and in-kind contributions from the University of West Georgia, Columbus State University, and private donors.  Learn more...

Primary and Secondary Education

By educating the public through primary and secondary education, the AEP is contributing to curricula content and informing the next generation about heritage preservation and ecosystem stewardship.  Learn more...

Public Outreach

Scientific research should be communicated to the public as well as to the scientific community.  AEP scientists frequently communicate with the public about historic sciences.  These outreach projects are through a variety of media such as museum exhibits, tours, and speeches.   Learn more...

 

 

 

 

Copyright © 2005-2010 Apalachicola Ecosystems Project.

Design downloaded from Free Templates - your source for free web templates