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Dylan Irion <[log in to unmask]>
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Daily eNews for CMNS Students <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 12 Sep 2018 04:55:36 -0400
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Subject: Marine science career development opportunity in South Africa

Description:
Are you a recent graduate or a current student looking for an exciting
opportunity to study marine biodiversity in South Africa? Cape RADD
facilitates a 4 week field course for individuals or groups who want to learn
more about the marine environment, conservation and research through hands on
field experience and diver development. The Cape RADD course includes
training in multiple data collection and field operation techniques,
theoretical workshops on analysis techniques and tools like R, GIS, and Coral
Point Count. Come spend a month abroad, scuba diving and freediving in one of
the most beautiful parts of the world.
As a Cape RADD student you will enroll in a fascinating and rewarding program
that will put you under the water for a hands on experience and valuable
contribution to the marine research projects taking place just outside Cape
Town. Check us out on Facebook or Instagram to follow our story and see what
our students are up to!

This program is ideal for students, graduates, divers, conservationists or
just those with an interest in marine biology looking to gain extra knowledge
and field experience in the marine sciences, to develop new skills and show
some real life experience on their CV.
Visit http://www.caperadd.com or email [log in to unmask] for more details.

Event Location: Cape Town, South Africa
Contact Person: Dylan Irion
Contact Email: [log in to unmask]
Website URL: www.caperadd.com

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