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Aquatic Biologist III (Hawaii)

Closing Date- Not specified

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Summer internship (Panama)

Closing Date- not specified

Once again La MICA Biological Station is offering summer internships for students and recent graduates. Our focus is on biology, but we also host students of other disciplines (immersion Spanish, history, sociology, art, etc.). Cost is $125/week to cover food and lodging and assistance from our staff. Each intern will conduct a small research project and many projects will end with a publication. This is an excellent way to gain hands-on experience in the tropics.Please contact Dr. Julie Ray if you are interested in more information or would like to plan a visit. Most interns stay between 1 and 2 months, but we are flexible.Thank you and we look forward to your visit to La MICA Biological Station. Dr. Julie M. RayDirectorLa MICA Biological StationEl Cope-La Pintada. Provincia de Cocle. Republica de Panama www.lamicapanama.weebly.com


Conservation Crew Leader (Oregon)

Closing Date- open until filled

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North Pacific Groundfish Observer (Alaska)

Closing Date- open until filled

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Arizona Fisheries Intern

Closing Date- not specified

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Marine Fisheries Technician (North Carolina)

Closing Date- not specified

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Northwest Field Crew Leader (Minnesota and Iowa)

Closing Date- 5/1/2015

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Undergraduate Research Experience (California) 6/1/15-9/30/15

Closing Date- 5/1/2015

Benefits: $5,000 total stipend, some travel support, and food allowance for fieldwork.

Position requirements: Applicants should have considerable backcountry experience and the ability to carry heavy (50+ lb.) loads extended distances over steep and uneven terrain. They should be comfortable using small inflatable boats and will be expected to work independently and, at times, without supervision. A general understanding of aquatic ecology and limnology, environmental chemistry, and computers is desirable. Eligibility limited to U.S. citizens, U.S. nationals, or permanent residents of the United States currently enrolled as undergraduate students. Applicants must provide their own backpacking equipment, vehicle, and health insurance.

To apply: Send a copy of your resume and a ONE page statement of interest that addresses the following areas: Experience with field research in general and limnological research more specifically, extent of backcountry experience and involvement in logistical planning for trips, experience operating small inflatable boats, and expected graduation date. Please indicate your dates of availability. Send application materials as a single file with your last name and first name as the file name (example: "Smith.Katie.doc") to:
Steve Sadro, University of California, Santa Barbara/Riverside [email protected]


Aquatic Wildlife Biologist (North Carolina)

Closing Date- 5/8/2015

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Conservation Crew Leader (Vermont or North Carolina)

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Graduate Opportunities (Texas)

Dr. Weston H. Nowlin Aquatic Ecology Lab

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Provide the following information when contacting: CV, cumulative and subject major GPA, GRE scores, address of 2-3 references, and a brief ~500 word statement of career goals, scientific interests, and reasons for wanting to join the Nowlin lab.


Fisheries Technician IV (Hawaii)

Closing Date- Continuous

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Ohio Aquaculture Association

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