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Belize Field Study – Summer, 2010 Margaret Stephens - Environmental Conservation/ Geography Stan Walling - Anthropology/Archaeology 1 Belize-Stephens, 2010
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6 CCP students selected – paid $600 each 20+ hours pre-departure orientation and instruction: Belizean history, geography, literature, ecology, contemporary social, political and environmental issues 10 days in country 3 distinct ecological zones +Maya archaeological site Cultural diversity: Creole, Mestizo, Maya, European descent, naturalized citizens 2 student presentations CCP TV program recorded
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Our host: Monkey Bay Wildlife Sanctuary Central tropical savanna Mountain Pine Ridge - Western Maya Mountains Maya archaeological site – Xunantunich Tobacco Caye - Barrier reef marine station Tracking the Sibun River watershed from the mountains to the sea. 3 Belize-Stephens, 2010
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Belize-Stephens, 2010 4 Waking up in Belize was amazing! 
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Accommodations 5 IDS120 Belize – Stephens-Walling,  2010 Monkey Bay Wildlife  Sanctuary Tobacco Caye Marine  Station Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve
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Western Mountains:
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