The Effects Of Climate Change On The Arctic Sea Through The Glaciers And Human Impact

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If I have the honor to be accepted to attend the DIS Copenhagen program, I plan on studying the environment and organisms in the Arctic Sea through the Glaciers and Human Impact: Icelandic Climate Change Case Study, along with Biological Conservation and Biodiversity with Lab, and Biology of Marine Mammals with Lab. As I am hopefully moving to Denmark in the future, I plan on taking Danish I & II which will help me understand the culture and language more efficiently and cover my language requirements. Presently, I am an Environmental Science major with minors in Mathematics, Chemistry, and Biology. The biological and environmental courses relate well with my Environmental science major and my biology minor as well as covering earth space science and biology electives. I will become a marine ecologist, and I hope to do this in Denmark. This program will give me the building blocks I need to do so. I am ecstatic for the Glaciers and Human Impact course along with the associated trip, because I am extremely curious to see the effects of climate change up close and understand the mechanisms that are causing this to happen. Biological Conservation and Biodiversity with Lab is also exciting as I have always had a passionate curiosity about how we affect the organisms around us and what we are doing to save them. These courses will be exceptionally helpful in my future career, by allowing me to learn about the area that I hope to one day study and help. Even from a young age I

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