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Internship Opportunity

(Science) Investigating animal presence throughout Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary, using a variety of data, including acoustic telemetry data

Posted on: 02/07/2019

Summary / Description

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, map production, evaluation of data in relation to research area within GRNMS. There is some flexibility in terms of products the sanctuary needs and the intern’s interests and skillset. If intern is already AAUS-diver certified, it may be possible to have intern become NOAA diver certified and participate in summer diving field work in the sanctuary. Participation in the GRNMS NOAA Ship Nancy Foster mission in July may be possible.

Skills Required

Undergrad or Grad level available: Data management, some GIS skills, database use (access, xls), flexibility, interest in learning and sharing

Location

Savannah, GA

Other Information

Intern Supervisor:
Kimberly Roberson
Number of Slots Available:
1
Is free housing available:
No
Can international students be placed:
No

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