Sundt 2016 Trip Pictures

Students filling buckets with coral rubble

Students in the New Mexico State University Sundt Honors Seminar course volunteered at the Paepae o He’eia fish pond while in Hawaii over spring break. The students filled 10-gallon buckets with coral rubble, which was transported across the river. The coral was then dumped into wheelbarrows and moved to where the wall needed to be repaired. (Courtesy photo) APR16

NOAA Globe

Students in the New Mexico State University Sundt Honors Seminar course visited the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration – Daniel Inouye Center at Ford Island in Hawaii over spring break. This NOAA globe picture shows the projected sea surface temperatures on Jan. 30, 2016. The projections on the globe show various aspects, such as the oceans, temperature, earthquake and tsunami waves throughout the day. (Courtesy photo) APR16

Sundt students posing for a photo

Students in the New Mexico State University Sundt Honors Seminar course and NMSU Biology Regents Professor Michele Nishiguchi are pictured here at the Honolulu Fish Auction, where they had a tour of the entire process of how fish are taken directly from the boat to where they are sold and then flown to other parts of the world. Headsets were used in order to hear the tour guide. The class traveled to Hawaii over spring break to study coral reefs as a focus of climate change. (Courtesy photo) APR16

Check out all of the pictures at their blog: Sundt 2016 Honors Blog