Created by:  Universitat de Barcelona, Fundació Navegació Oceànica Barcelona

  • Jordi Serra

    Taught by:  Jordi Serra, Dr.

    Grupo de Geociencias Marinas

  • Jordi Salat

    Taught by:  Jordi Salat

    Institut Ciències del Mar, CSIC
Commitment7 semanas de estudio, 2-3 horas por semana
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Universitat de Barcelona
The University of Barcelona is the most formidable public institution of higher education in Catalonia, catering to the needs of the greatest number of students and delivering the broadest and most comprehensive offering in higher educational courses. The UB is also the principal centre of university research in Spain and has become a European benchmark for research activity, both in terms of the number of research programmes it conducts and the excellence these have achieved.
Fundació Navegació Oceànica Barcelona
The Barcelona Foundation for Ocean Sailing (FNOB), was created with three strategic objectives in mind: sports, industry & technology and communication, and devised to undertake a series of projects geared towards promoting and boosting activities related to top-level ocean sailing. To fulfil these objectives, the FNOB defined four key strategic areas: R&D, Education and Knowledge, Science & Technology and the Environment.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 of 69 ratings

Un curso muy completo

excelente curso! aprendi mucho sobre el oceano

Un curso muy interesante

Very complete and in depth. A great way to understand how all the earth climates and ecosystems are interconnected through the oceans. Also, it gives you an understanding of how human action may change more things than anticipated as there're so many interconnections between factors that shape our world.