Bali Field Trip 2017

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Coral Reefs of Blue Lagoon Padang Bai - photo by Rick Leong
All smiles for group 1 students near the caldera of Mount Batur - photo by Gareth Fabbro
Counting fish and coral cover underwater along a transect line.
Daily gathering for lunches and dinners at Geko Dive  - photo by Rick Leong
Dini, our TA, at her turn at our Jenga Tower of volcanic rocks from Batur - photo by Gareth Fabbro
Dr. Shawn Lum, one of our instructors, showing a few students the lush seagrass meadow during low tide - photo by Federico Lauro
Enjoying a balinese meal overlooking the paddy fields - photo by Rick Leong
Estimating dissolved oxygen in the field - photo by Rick Leong
Group 2 students are also pleased with their  session near the caldera of Mount Batur - photo by Gareth Fabbro
Hair salon session for a student on the bus - photo by Rick Leong
Happiness ensues for Group 1 students field studies related of hydrology of paddy terraces - photo by Alex Cobb
Having a feast with their mouth and eyes during the trip - photo by Rick Leong
Hiking in Mount Batur area picture by Rick Leong
Hooray to our students for a successful beach cleanup to end the field course - photo by Geko Dive Bali
Indulging organic chocolate ice cream served in cocoa husks together with coca seeds - photo by Rick Leong
Makeshift lab table in the fieldstudents measured nutrient concentrations of sampled seawater - photo by Federico Lauro
Measuring on site physical parameters of estuarine water bodies in padang bai area - photo by Federico Lauro
Measuring velocity of paddy field drainage - photo by Rick Leong
Microscopic picture of dissected section of a paddy plant - photo by Rick Leong
Molly, our TA, giving a lecture about coral reefs - photo by Rick Leong
More happy faces from the students - photo by Rick Leong
Not every day is a pool day students learn to measure uneven elevation with u tubes - photo by Rick Leong
Our coastal ecology instructors Federic, Natasha, Charlie, and Molly having a wefie - photo by Federico Lauro
Paddy  terraces in the fields of Prana Dewi mountain resort - photo by Rick Leong
Pak Alit, one of the managers from Cau Chocolate, explaining the importance of rice to the society - photo by Rick Leong
Plowing a paddy plot in a traditional manner - photo by Alex Cobb
Prof Benoit explaining to students differences to volcanic rock properties - photo by  Gareth Fabbro
Prof Benoit having his yoga moment in Mount Batur Geopark Museum - photo by Rick Leong
Prof Federico illustrating the biodiversity of plankton capture from the plankton  sampling in Padang Bai Bay area - photo by Federico Lauro
Reef monitoring exercise at Blue Lagoon coral reefs - photo by  Rick Leong
Reef survey transact at Blue Lagoon - photo by  Rick Leong
Rosalie, TA, showed students the field method of measureing water chemical concentrations - photo by Rick Leong
Safety before an activity is a must. Students suited up with life vests for all boat and water activities - photo by Rick Leong
Stargazing session at Lakeview Hotel - photo by Gareth Fabbro
Student learning about strike and dip method picture by Rick Leong
Student learning to orientate themselves with a compass from the peak of Mount Batur - photo by  Rick Leong
Students adorning paddy straw hats akin to a typical Balinese paddy farmer - photo by Alex Cobb
Students and instructors taking sufficient rest en route to caldera of Mount Batur
Students and instructors in the field with Mount Agung in the background - photo by Gareth Fabbro
Students being lectured by Dr. Alex Cobb on rice ecology at Prana Dewi resort - photo by Rick Leong
Students go crazy for rice - literally - photo by Rick Leong
Students having sit down lecture about the relationship between paddy farming  and Balinese Hindu religion - photo by Rick Leong
Students living life as paddy farmers - photo by Alex Cobb
Students looking at anatomical section of a rice plant - photo by Rick Leong
Students looking at biodiversity of plankton sampled - photo by Federico Lauro
Students mapping rice paddy terraces within the vicinity of the Prana Dewi resort - photo by Rick Leong
Students understanding the history of fisheries in Ujung
Sun rising behind of Mount Agung right as it lights up Mount Batur left
TAs and instructors from rice ecology and volcanology chilling out we passed on the torch to coastal ecology and societies team - photo by Rick Leong
Teaching assistant Dr. Caroline Chenard explains pre-reef monitoring procedures to student - photo by Rick Leong
The excellent team members for volcanology field course 2017 see you next year - photo by Rick Leong
The myriad of plankton diversity captured on the microscope just from several drips of sampled seawater - photo by Federico Lauro
The variety of chemicals and instruments used for understanding hydroecology of rice paddy terraces - photo by Rick Leong
The view of Blue Lagoon beach area from the sea - photo by Rick Leong
When science meets fashion - one of our students studying ash grain size in style - photo by  Rick Leong