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Cooperative Oxford Laboratory Hosts Geosciences St...

UMES Geosciences Bridge Program students at the Cooperative Oxford Laboratory competing in building the least expensive buoy that will hold the most payload. Credit: NOAA The NCCOS Cooperative Oxford Laboratory ...
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NCCOS Sends Future Science Leaders to Internationa...

The NCCOS Competitive Research Program (CRP) is providing travel funding for 11 U. S. students and post-docs to attend the 18th International Conference on Harmful Algae (ICHA) in Nantes France, ...
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Whale Watching in Stellwagen Bank

The student would be responsible for going on at least 4-5 wildlife cruises weekly in the Boston or Provincetown Region. The student would collect data from respondents on wildlife viewing ...
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Analysis of Ocean Acidification and Co-stressor Ef...

This project evaluates the potential effects of ocean acidification and other environmental co-stressors on fish populations. The effects on fish of an increased level of ocean acidification –another consequence of ...
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Assessing Trends in Sea Turtle Nesting, Stranding,...

The intern will work closely with Section 7 biologists in the Protected Resources Division Interagency Cooperation and Sea Turtle and Fisheries Coordination branches at the NOAA Fisheries Southeast Regional Office ...
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Marine Debris Monitoring and Assessment Project

Note: This opportunity is for graduate students only. The Marine Debris Monitoring and Assessment Project (MDMAP) is the NOAA Marine Debris Program’s flagship citizen science initiative, which engages volunteers in ...
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(Science) Investigating animal presence throughout...

Intern will assist in data management and processing for several on-going sanctuary research projects, including acoustic telemetry downloads and identifications. Expected product may include some analyses of acoustic telemetry data, ...
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Development and Test of NOAA’s Next Generati...

Support the development, test, and evaluation of NOAA’s next generation of long term ocean current and wave measurement systems. Participate in hands-on field testing of new current and wave sensors ...
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Defining Protocols for Replanting Marsh Grass as a...

The Office of Response and Restoration (OR&R) and the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) are proposing a joint investigation to refine protocols for planting native marsh grasses as ...
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Hudson River NERR Environmental Research Intern

Internship duties include identifying and quantifying emergent marsh and submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV), sampling Surface Elevation Tables (SETs), maintaining a tide station, assisting with elevation surveys, river water sampling (from ...
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Little Port Walter Chinook Salmon Research

The intern will assist researchers conducting studies on the marine environment and salmon returns to marine waters near Little Port Walter (LPW), a remote research station located in southeastern Alaska ...
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Microplastics Characterization Using a Novel Metho...

Plastics are contaminants of emerging concern that are accumulating at increasing rates in the marine and freshwater ecosystems. Some scientists refer to plastics as the next predator of wildlife. Because ...
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