Please don’t contact me about this–Dida
From Undercurrent magazine:
Looking for a unique experience? How about collecting tropical fish and invertebrates for the New England Aquarium on its March 27 – April 4, 2018, expedition to the Bahamas aboard the R/V Coral Reef II? Besides learning about the animals from top marine biologists, you’ll make as many as five dives a day (many just for fun), and the $3,800 cost is mostly tax-deductible. Read a 2013 Undercurrent undercover review of the trip here, learn more by visiting neaq.org/divetrip, or contact Chris Bauernfeind at 617-973–5248 or email@example.com
I am posting this as a courtesy. Please don’t contact me about this position.–Dida
Happy New Year,
We are searching for a Northern California Regional Manager for Reef Check California. After working with Reef Check for 4 years, growing our program in Northern California and building a thriving volunteer community, our Regional Manager, Anna Neumann, is leaving Reef Check to pursue graduate school. We are looking for someone to join our team and to continue her great work and make their own contributions.
See here for info.
Thanks in advance for your help and please let me know if you have any questions.
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Jan Freiwald, PhD
Reef Check California
UC Santa Cruz
Long Marine Laboratory
115 McAllister Way
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
phone: (831) 345-8167
The hurricanes now crossing Florida are terrifying, and my heart goes out to all those who have had to leave their homes, and especially to those who haven’t, staying on a prayer that they will somehow get through it.
This December, I am scheduled to join the non-profit group REEF for a dive expedition to the marine reserve at Maria la Gorda (SW end of Cuba), which has surely been devastated. So what began as a straight-up fish survey may now become a coral reef damage assessment expedition. And that’s assuming the infrastructure can accommodate our team in Cuba.
I’ll be documenting the dive expedition here.
And if you’d like to help support the photo documentation aspect of this trip (and recieve a print), please click here.