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Employment Status: Internship

Oceans Research
90A Montagu street
Mossel Bay
South Africa
6500

About:
Oceans Research provides and facilitates innovative and dynamic marine research relevant to the management and conservation of Southern Africa\\\\\\\&#39;s marine life.  Its research is interdisciplinary ranging from biological to the socio-economic study of marine resource utilisation in Africa\\\\\\\&#39;s coastal society. Oceans Research specialises in investigating the biology of marine mega-fauna, including sharks, rays, marine mammals and turtles, and advises governmental, non-governmental and industry on relevant conservation issues. Oceans Research offers practical and theoretical training for aspiring marine scientists from internship to postgraduate levels in conjunction with partner schools, technical colleges and universities. In addition to in-house research projects, the institute provides facilities for visiting marine scientists conducting a variety of biological and oceanographic projects throughout the major marine biomes of Southern Africa.

Job Location:
Mossel Bay, South Africa

Website:
http://www.oceans-research.com

How to Apply:
Further information is available on the Oceans Research website (http://www.oceans-research.com) or by writing to [log in to unmask]  

Application Deadline:
01/31/2012

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