|Company:||University of Alaska Fairbanks|
|Position:||Intern - Fisheries Ecology|
Fisheries ecology interns gain valuable, hands-on experience for professional development through active participation in field and lab work, data analyses, and project support. More specifically, interns can expect to learn how to use an assortment of scientific tools and techniques for marinerelated research (e.g., methods for conducting scientific literature reviews to gain a better understanding of project methods, scope, and relevance, standardized procedures for fish dissection and tissue preservation, how to use dichotomous keys and morphometric data to identify prey species, and how to quantify diet compositions).
Position Description Fisheries ecology interns will aid in lab- and field-based work investigating the trophic interactions among Pacific Halibut (Hippoglossus stenolepis),
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|Contact:||Cheryl Barnes, PhD Student|