Amanda Tan and Xu Weiting, Full-Time TAs with the Department of Biological Sciences, pulling a seine to evaluate a patch of sandy shore for a biodiversity practical. We were smiling then but are not sure it’ll be worth bringing first year biodiversity students down to Changi Beach this year – not while the usual patch of shoreline is inaccessible due to improvement works. by NParks. Pity, for it is one of the most memorable field experiences of the first -years.
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21 September 2012
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