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Volunteer Training with the Coastal Observation and Seabird Survey Team (COASST)

The Coastal Observation and Seabird Survey Team (COASST) invites you to join our team of beach surveyors.

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Autumn 2019 Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU), Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences (BIOS)

BIOS has National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) funding to support 8 undergraduate student researchers at BIOS during the fall semester.

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Publish blogs and photo essays through FieldNotes

FieldNotes is an undergraduate-run digital and print journal intended to increase public awareness of environmental undergraduate research at UW and provide a platform for students to actively engage in science communication. We are now seeking submissions for our online blog and photo essay sections.

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FieldNotes Call for Spring 2019 Article Submissions

FieldNotes is an undergraduate-run journal intended to increase public awareness of undergraduate research in the College of the Environment and provide a platform for students to actively engage in science communication.

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Participate in a NOAA Fisheries Research Survey in Alaska (deadline April 15)

The Alaska Fisheries Science Center (AFSC) will be conducting its summer acoustic-trawl research survey in the Gulf of Alaska from late May through mid-August. There are a number of student volunteer positions available on each 3-week survey leg. All travel costs, housing, and meals will be covered while on the survey.

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REU: Oregon Sea Grant Summer Scholars Program for Undergraduates

Work-ready training in marine science, policy, management, and outreach. Purpose: To contribute to a diverse ocean workforce that understands technical and social challenges facing coastal communities and the natural environment, and prepare undergraduate students for graduate school and careers in marine science, policy, management, and outreach.

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REU: Integrated Studies in a Rapidly Warming Fishery Ecosystem (Gulf of Maine Research Institute)

New for the summer of 2019, we are excited to announce the launch of our NSF-funded REU Site – ‘Integrated Studies in a Rapidly Warming Fishery Ecosystem’. Briefly, the program includes 10 weeks of hands-on research experience at our waterfront location in downtown Portland Maine, a $500/week stipend, housing, meal allowances and travel support for 6-8 students

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Population Dynamics & Ecosystem Science (PopDy and EcoSci) Workshop (Newport, OR)

Spend two weeks at the Hatfield Marine Science Center on the beautiful, central Oregon coast! Work with dynamic professionals from academia, state and federal agencies, and the seafood industry; learn about career opportunities, and build your skills in quantitative science!

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Marine Mammal Session: Society for Northwestern Vertebrate Biology/WA Chapter of the Wildlife Society Annual Meeting (2/28/19)

On February 28th, 2019, a marine mammal special session consisting of 18 speakers will be
held. The talks will cover cetaceans (whales), pinnipeds (seals and sea lions) and mustelids
(sea otters)…This special session will take place from 9am till 5pm with a couple of breaks and a hour
for lunch. The meeting will take place in between Olympia and Centralia, WA (Great Wolf
Lodge).

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REU: Gulf of Maine Research Institute: Integrated Studies in a Rapidly Warming Fishery Ecosystem

One of the foremost challenges of our times is to understand the impacts of climate change on our coupled natural and human systems. This includes documenting and monitoring change, as well as predicting and mitigating future impacts of climate change on ecosystems around the world. Very few places are witnessing the effects of climate change more intensely than the Gulf of Maine, which has been warming faster than 99.9% of the global ocean. As such, GMRI is strategically positioned to conduct cutting-edge research on this issue, and we welcome this opportunity to invite undergraduate students to take part in our work.

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